January 28, 2008
Albert Kriemler's pre-fall palette was a muted one of graphite, taupe, and storm blue, inspired by photographs of Icelandic landscapes. Spring's line-play continued, but now in monochrome on a textured sweater, say, or on a topper that featured fur worked in geometric stripes. Fuller pants were shown with slightly militaristic jackets, some made of double-faced cashmere. Two knit dresses, in contrast, were all about curves.