Inspired by “Plight (The Spiralling of Winter Ghosts),” a collaborative album created by David Sylvian and Holger Czukay in the 1980s. Designers cut up motorcycle jackets, bomber jackets, and checked wool jackets into pieces of fabric and individual elements and spliced them back together to create new garments that were both totally different from and recognizable as the originals.
The collection overall had an avant-garde feel, with lots of asymmetric, volume-centric silhouettes: wide ponchos, full skirts and coat dresses with long, intricate folds of pleats.
Biker jackets became coats that flared out at the waist, with rows of zippers running in all directions and belts and buckles hanging off of them.
One standout look was a dress made from green flight jackets, the zippers arranged in concentric circles at the front of a full skirt. At the back, the hem was raised to just above the hips and an orange tulle lining swished around from the outside of each leg.