Here's the line drawing and model photo thanks to Kim. She posted a link to the German version of the website with the October magazine (thanks Kim!!). Like I said before, the model photo is cute but the line drawing is a bit mehhhh.
And here is my version. I used the reverse side of this fabric. I love this fabric. It's wool on this side and poly on the reverse side. It's like wearing a soft, cozy blanket. It's a very loose style which I am not used to but I do loooove tights and boots. I found the construction to be interesting. At first look at the line drawing, I assumed there would be a zipper but there is not. You use twill tape to finish the seam allowances. But, you also use the twill tape to make an underlap that attaches to your original ribbon facing. I used grosgrain ribbon instead of twill tape. Then you sew snaps to the underlap and the facing. I decided to whack it a few times with my industrial snap press and put on shiny silver snaps. I thought it needed a little bling.
You can see in this photo that there is very little shaping. I debated trying to make it a little tighter but decided, in the end, to leave it alone. I do like it but it is not a style that I usually wear.
Here are some detailed photos of the facing and underflap. You cut the front on the fold but then slash it open from the top the CF marking. Then you sew together the CB hood. After that you face it with twill tape (I used ribbon).
Here's the underlap. You create it by putting the ribbon together, sewing the sides of it, and then attaching that to the facing strips. Finally you fold the facing under and topstitch from the top. The underlap part extends into the CF. I hope that makes sense. I had to read, read, and re-read the directions to finally figure out what was happening.
Here's a close-up. It will either completely explain what I'm babbling about or it will confuse you.
I can totally see this with skinny jeans tucked into boots too. Aaaauuuugh, I love sewing with knit.