The autumn-hiver collection this time around in the British fashion capital, London, saw a little bit of a return of some labels that are now beginning to be looked as the “new classics”. There were some game changer overcoats too, courtesy of some labels that have begun to make a name for themselves depending on what they showcase every season: so what did they have to offer to the most coveted piece of clothing from autumn-hiver? It was very slack but well-cut, when not going for fur in a myriad of shades. Elsewhere, you had patchwork, which originates from the Middle Ages and vibrant colours invoked through charming country adventures. What was very lovely was to see the sensational scenery and their mystical histories surrounding manor houses illustrated with fashion – it went well with the sensual concept of a young girl, dressed in dandelion-flowers cloths playing around in the beautiful and very cold English countryside.
Clockwise from top: Tom Ford, JW Anderson, Temperly London, Burberry Prorsum, Anya Hindmarch, Topshop Unique, Mulberry, Shrimps, Jonathan Saunders and Peter Jensen.