Spring has sprung and Easter arrived early – Markus Lupfer took inspiration from everything wildlife, woodland and floral. Dark motifs and masculine lines spoke of a tougher Lupfer girl, while luxe materials and handwork set an opulent tone for this Fall 2015 collection.
Fawns and squirrels appeared in a holographic jacquard set against a romantic secret garden motif on sporty garments. Lufter took knitwear to the next level in a stage of multiple varieties, including cashmere and jacquard, while some knits were bejeweled elaborately by hand.
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