A large colour palette is used, containing classic darks, saturated brights, and contrasting dusty pastels.
The women’s silhouette is neat and precisely tailored with an absence of sportswear. Coats are always present and the idea of dressing is distilled to the minimum. For men, the long lines are translated into sportier pieces but all with a narrower elegant fit.
Materials are divided into shiny and matte, including shiny crinkled lamb skin, high gloss coated rainwear and lambskin, shiny waxed cotton twill, as well as cotton satin, devoré velvets and jacquards. Matte materials are cotton velvet and corduroy calf suede, bonded crepe, sturdy wool and bonded tweed, gabardine, and viscose jersey. Pavé prints are present, while square sequins are employed to create embroideries.
Accessories for women are on the smaller side, with colourful and beautifully crafted handbags in both matte and shiny materials, such as calf leather and water snakes. Embroideries and metal embellishments are used to create subtle visual effects.
Patent leather D’Orsay shoes with a contrasted wrap strap in various heights and colour combinations create a graphic look. Few jewelry besides a variety of sterling and enamelled bangles.
For men, there are double suede Weekenders with Croc trim or graphic stripe document cases in matte calf. Shoes are rail-track suede boots in various colours.