The Hakama-style trousers, sometimes silken, sometimes plaid, were worn with baseball jackets or short-sleeved sweaters with Koi detailing.
The collection ranged from silky lounge wear inspired by pyjamas to upscale athletic wear, including baseball shirts and basketball jerseys with the new team DG logo, to the designing duo’s tightly tailored suits.
The collection is imbued with a boyish charm of purposely ill-fitting, mostly over-sized, and mismatched outfits.
The German designer maintained his sense of showmanship with a cast performing tunes from the 1970s film Grease followed by fire-spitting hot rods.
The looks were fitting of the drag race setting, with leggings and jeans updated with swaths of crystals and studded tigers and cobras.