The lookbook for Anna Quan's Hibernus | Part 1 showcases her collection as strong, with an earthy air of relaxation and flow.

Set on a textured rockface (yes), the collection features neutral tones and rich textures of linen, wool and wool-silk blends. It’s hard to imagine this is the label’s first knitwear collection. It really has a pro’s touch.

A-line skirts, flared sleeves and trousers are largely transeasonal, giving garments a flexibility to suit the hemispheres’ opposing climates, as intended by Quan.

Hibernus | Part 1 will be presented at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia 2016 this May.

Have a squiz at the collection above. 

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