The Austrian designer Arthur Arbesser Autumn-Winter season's collection was inspired by 1920's Milan architecture, by the graphism of Memphis design, austere design of uniforms, different volumes of layering and London. You are about to see awesome geometry and proportion plays. I personally love these kind of contemporary girls uniforms. We see a strong point of Raumplan architecture, graphic patterns permeated with German Art Nouveau and great volumes. Speaking of color palette, then there are red, black, grey, white, navy dark silvery, glittered dark gold and burgundy colors.
The model appears in a monochrome striped shirt with slicked, side parted hairstyle.
The mannish, cocoon-like grey coat is worn atop burgundy turtleneck, the same color leggings and white menswear inspired shoes.
Here we see a geometric patterned A-line coat which is ideal for special occasions.
That's what I call cozy looks. Love the following separates, which include mohair sweater and a skirt.
Another menswear inspired outfit, which consists of a double-breasted suit jacket and the tailored knee-length shorts.
The two models appear in very dark burgundy separates which are worn with white turtlenecks.
The sporty zip jacket is styled with the same print mini skirt.
The high neck sweater is worn underneath loose-fit cashmere robe-coat.
In this black and white image we see her wearing a tailored, leather coat worn atop black and white plaid turtleneck.
Another great looks in dark silvery hues. We see a tailored playsuit and mannish pantsuit with wide shortened trousers.
Well, if I didn't know that it's a female, then I would say, that we see a male model wearing black velvet, casual separates.
Here are showcased work out inspired looks, which include a high-neck and knee-length polka dot ensemble and another polka dot separates look.
That's a stunning slim-fit black and white checked dress. It's an ideal piece for wearing at cocktail parties.
The astrakhan fur red, collarless coat looks modern and eye-catching thanks to the knee-length.