Short-short, sheer and unequivocally cool. Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard offers elevated knitwear in skin-baring styles for autumn/winter 2022
Based in Paris, Danish Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard's poetic autumn/winter 2022 collection was her first foray into the world of prêt-à-Porter. Imaginative takes on everyday ensembles walked down the runway, reflecting Lyngh Bjerregaard's transition from couture and elevated knitwear to a more accessible look.
Without compromising on technique or cuts, all garments are made in-house with scrap trimmings and deadstock fabrics transformed through time-consuming knitwear techniques such as crochet. For instance, sheer, tie-dyed thigh-high stockings pair with textured mini skirts. Elsewhere, casual cardigans and ruffled trousers all given the same texturising treatment.
A play on lingerie permeates the collection, with baby doll and bra tops, sheer underskirts as well as delicate details – such as a girdle with matching stay-ups clipped securely – seen throughout. Another theme is the horse motif, which "symbolically channels an emotional sanctuary and a re-defining of strength, but also aesthetically re-imagines what classical notions of knighthood would look like," in the world of Lyngh Bjerregaard.
See the full collection below: