A curious offering from Anglo-Brazilian duo Romeo Pires, with a combination of white and neutral variations on the shirt and a macabre twist in the form of dark, almost decaying prints. With white painted faces, the models almost resembled Elizabethan actors in their deconstructed undergarments, shirttails loose and hair unkempt. Baggy, oversized trousers or skirts attached with braces presented an almost comical appearance of puppets or Japanese peasant farmers. The severity of the dropped waists looked clownish and precarious, while some of the tailoring had a pattern cutter's template effect at times, as if the looks were loosely pinned together. A bold skull print caught my attention, beautifully placed on a loose shift which flowed down the runway perfectly, while a jumpsuit in the same print came encased in black mesh.