The primary inspiration was kites which, read in the show notes afterwards, made perfect sense. The billowing panels on racer-back tops, the tail collars on loose jackets. Flowing fabrics was the aesthetic here, but in Lim style, still managing to be neat and tailored. And with all that layering, possibly the most workaday solution for sheers we've seen.
Sherbet pastels reigned in the first half, pointing to a building trend after Preen, moving towards monochrome and his fail-safe neutrals in the second. And a year after bags were first introduced, a strong, geometric selection that should become a "thing". Special mention goes to the shoes: the Cody sandals had silver block heels and platform flats with transparent Perspex mules. If Lim has solved the Perspex shoe condensation issue, we'll take one of each.
See the full collection here