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Deeply thoughtful designer Sally LaPointe has made a habit out of drawing on unusual inspiration for her collections. From Kafka's Metamorphosis, to the Runwick Ruins (an abandoned small pox hospital on Roosevelt Island) LaPointe's collections are always steeped in mystery and often include an element of forlorn morbidity.

Blending fluid fabrics like silk charmeuse and satin with more structural friendly materials like leather and crisp crepe, has always been LaPointe's strong suit and here she did it best in a palette of cream neutrals spiked with burnt orange and black accents. 

Sleek and modern, but still with a touch of frailty that brought a light and feminine element to the collection, the pieces were both highly original and ultimately easily pictured being worn by a wide variety of women.

Here are a few of our favorite looks from the show.

All images: C. Hope and S. Whittle for Style Wylde.