Denim appears in rainbow monogram jacquard, in jacquard washes, and overprinted with fraying, as well as in a Parisian photo montage print on discharged denim pieces. Flower field motifs nod at French impressionism and materialise on dégradé tapestry chenille coats and puffer jackets overembroidered with the same motif, as a print on draped pyjamas in crêpe silk with embroidery, and woven into a knitted top.
Biker jackets appear graphically exaggerated as a nod to the tropes of 1980s’ music videos. Cargo uniforms morph into garments foreign to their original function: as trouser transformed into floor-length workwear skirts, and a jumpsuit turned into a full-body dress in dyed canvas.
Racing jackets and motocross skirts in swirly intarsia leather evoke a distorted ‘blurred vision’ effect. Semi-relaxed tailoring in viscose silk or fil-coupé retains the shoulder pads but leaves the body unconstructed, creating the feeling of wearing blazers as hoodies.
Cartoon prints pay tribute to a classic childhood trope and feature in hand-painted form on a technical canvas windbreaker. Crackle-effect patent leather suits and coats are created from lacquered crust bases.
Knitwear interprets the motifs of the collection in chunky pullovers with thistle, cartoon and puzzle motifs, in tops from yarn encasing tiny multicolour pompoms, and tops knitted in the image of flower fields. Sports elements appear in brushed mohair rugby polos with melting rainbow graphics, in delicate nylon and merino tops with intarsia floral embellishment and protective skateboard padding, and in rigid and puffy sheer pullovers in air-spun nylon yarns.
Accessomorphosis workwear is interpreted with oversized shearling multi-pockets in block colours. Aprons appear in bonded monogram canvas as takes on mid-layer pieces. Belts in monogram or monogram-embossed leather are adorned with strass and enamel LV buckles embellished with thistles, while belts in matte leather feature moulure metal buckles.