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In a small Soho side street we found a pink room within the Vinyl Factory, where Vinti Andrews offered a patchwork of denim, animalistic as well as sequinned bomber jackets, flares and straight coats in soft colours on models sat on white shearling fur boxes. In terms of prints, a heavy focus lay on the early seventies, featuring geometric patterns in forest hues contrasting the broderie anglaise and juxtaposing girly items such as rosé mini skirts together with the heavy leather skater shoes from Vans. Not to forget the pussycat bow blouses, which gave this unconventional assortment the ultimate chic touch and made the combinations work well.

NoéMie Schwaller

Pictures: Olesya Asanova

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