Pablo Coppola had London’s Sixties social mash-up on his mind, a time when high and low culture collided, and when figures ranging from David Hockney and David Bailey to Mick Jagger and Princess Margaret would rub velvet elbows.
The result was a clashing, colorful collection where looks included suede cowboy or loud printed pajama shirts, and another with ruffles spilling down the front, worn with a velvet bow tie.
Footwear included white leather sneakers with colored rubber soles and basket-weave leather skater slip-ons, and short, unlined cowboy-style boots in soft antelope suede. For more formal occasions, Coppola offered up suede patchwork double monk strap slip-ons with a rubber sole.
Outerwear ranged from brown and black leather trenches so shiny they looked as if they were made of plastic; a long green shearling coat; a teal leather puffer jacket, and a maroon deerskin jacket with a bright green collar — that would be the Hockney influence.