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We sometimes look at outlandish fashion collections with more than a touch of scepticism because often the designers are presenting clothes simply for the purpose of setting them apart from the pack or generating column inches (we're looking at you Gypsy Sport). In the case of Libertine's Spring collection however, we actually liked most of the more avant-garde offerings. The collection was graphic-heavy and we were particularly fond of the icon print that featured actors and royalty as well as what appeared to be pets and friends. As always there was a lot to take in in terms of pattern, colour and texture, but the pieces were beautiful and well-cut (some could even be called chic and conservative if taken on their own), colourful and fun.
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