Henrik Vibskov presented a collection filled with prints such as zebra, jacquard and a range of others were mixed together, or paired with colour blocked and bold, strong colours in yellow, grey, white, black, olive and navy. Harem style pants with some with athletic or jodhpur details or cycling style shorts were shown with oversized cardigans, jerseys, blazers or trench coats. Collarless or “mandarin” collared style shirts in varying colours and prints were shown as well as rain jackets with lined hoods.
Models were accessorized with caps, long; knee length socks paired with sandals with fringe detail and sling bags and printed scarves.
The collection at first look could be described as mismatched. On closer inspection though, you do see the true character and kookiness of the collection. In theory, the pieces styled together shouldn’t work, but he has shown the collection in a mixed and pieces that could be somewhat unconventional actually work incredibly well.