Inside the main moods defining our autumn men's and women's fashion editRead more
A fresh look at the staples; tailored elegance and functional ease drive the new core wardrobe, played out in muted neutrals, textural contrasts and classic yet bold fits.
Go big on your prints. This autumn sees everything from psychedelic florals, bold plaids and batik made into a focal point – layered and clashed for a high-impact effect.
Florals take on a nocturnal note with vine-like blooms and brooding tones. This is dark romance that works for daytime too, with The Vampire’s Wife and Ganni leading the way.
Rethink texture with ultra-clean outerwear silhouettes in supple leathers and suede. Worn tone-on-tone, it’s a simple formula with the power to elevate, lending a slick, tactile finish.
Nodding to the ‘90s Seattle scene, the new grunge comes with a curated edge, taking its cues from thrifted knits, an abundance of check, and anything-goes layering.
The new knits look beyond staple shapes to brave prints and restyled classics. Neat or slouchy, the cardigan is key with endless iterations given a fashion upgrade.
A lighter, bohemian sprit emerges – and it’s firmly rooted in escapism. Dramatic silhouettes, botanical prints and eccentric touches capture the mood.
The co-ord stands strong as a universal failsafe that works just about anywhere. Brave transitional days in print-matched shirts and shorts, moving to a casual anti-suit as the cool off hits.
This season’s minimalism moves into creative territory, with stark monochrome and architectural silhouettes leading a technical approach to modernity.