Reduced silhouettes, capacious layers and a muted palette suggest restraint for Pre-Spring 2023, but a close-up view reveals unusual fabrications that add intrigue.

“For Pre-Spring 2023, we bounced between minimalism and maximalism, merging sculptural, cocooning shapes with hairy, almost weird

textures, then taking more refined, grown-up pieces and crafting them from unusual textures like rustic bouclé and tactile calf hair,” says creative director Maja Dixdotter.