The thing about truly masterful designers (or artists in general) is that they continue to put out new things, play with new concepts and ideas, and yet you can tell almost immediately that it's their work. There is a certain signature je ne sais quoi in what they produce that you recognize as uniquely theirs. One might say this is how you tell an artist has come into his/her own and reached full artistic maturity.
I wasn't sure I could say the same of Camilla Staerk's early collections (she first landed on the fashion map almost 10 years ago). They seemed a bit haphazard and scattered, meandering a bit, like a novice writer's narrative. There were moments of sheer brilliance and offbeat moments that made you scratch your head a bit and wonder what she was thinking.