September 29, 2001 Milan
Strehle began with large, crisp white shirts that doubled as short dresses, upon which she piled comforting cashmere jumpers and cropped cardigans, almost like layers of luxurious shielding. Leggings and high-waist pants made brief appearances, but for the most part it was the oversize jackets with drawstrings, asymmetric-hem sweater dresses and tunic-like chemises that stole the show. A muted palette of white, ecru, navy and black emphasized a loose, casual silhouette that was anchored with no-nonsense flat boots.
Strehle's understated aesthetic extended to her evening dresses: short, gathered Empire slips that look as comfortable as they are chic.