Details Unwavering from her usual subdued sense of styling, Branquinho’s Autumn Winter 2003 collection emphasized a bookish, collegiate look. Her penchant for muted colors remained intact this season as she mixed earthy plaids with her usual kilts and knitwear. This collection, however, featured a new sense of elegance and evening-wear that the designer had not tapped into until recently. These offerings included rose petal dresses, lurex tops, and refined capelets. One of the Belgian’s more playful designs, this long tassel scarf also doubles as a hoodie.