Recklessly independent and headstrong, the designs at Damir Doma’s Fall/Winter 2017 show at Milan Fashion Week were deconstructionist in nature, featuring draped layers key to the Croatian designer’s aesthetic. Distressed knitwear and loosely belted trousers were recurring looks as were tops with kimono detailing and hanging straps. While neutral monochromes were present, the inclusion of more traditionally autumnal hues like olive and saffron were welcome additions that added punch and eclecticism. However, the overall mood and atmosphere of Damir Doma’s offerings felt muddled and not as coherent as it could have been. Owing perhaps due to its heterogeneous nature, the breadth seems too expansive at the cost of the collection’s depth.