Full of life, eternally teenager, ironically elegant. This is the woman imagined by Markus Lupfer, who succeeded in proposing a refined collection despite the clear intention to play around with styles and patterns. One of the motifs on show was the rabbit, printed on the sweatshirts, skirts and k-ways used to construct outfits in layers of colour that offset one another without looking redundant. Flowers were another delicate recurring feature, seen on bombers, shirts, bon-ton dresses packed with ruches and jumpsuits, mainly on black but also red and antique pink grounds. Some of the wallpaper-style patterns created the same effect whilst never looking like pyjamas. Everything was romantic, no matter whether it was lace or sporty nylon inset into the rain jackets. Neck scarves, bows, chains and snap hooks added a touch of shine.