It was a curious mix at Paul Smith where there were slight nods to an equestrian theme developing with riding jacket shapes and cute knitwear emblazoned with a hunter and his horse. There were also references to hunting cabin lodges where crocheted colourful blankets were formed into a dress. It then became clearer when more and more country essentials, albeit given a purposely Sloane Ranger touch came out. Then it descended into evening and you could have your pick of LBDs and then kicky watercolour floral print dresses started flourishing. We're not sure whether it was a day in the country, that ended in a manor house dinner party or perhaps we're just reading too much into his English witticisms and that Smith just wanted to go with whatever he was feeling.
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