Thoroughly modernised adventurers, in flip up, faintly 1930s sunglasses, loosened suiting and herringbone blazers delicately embroidered with metal.
As usual, models marched out in pairs, but last season’s slinky 80s pyjama dressing had been replaced by slouchy yet structured silhouettes, layers of knitwear and funnel collars. Zip details edged and sliced through garments, and the show was rounded off with a final procession of sleek eveningwear.
How it was worn:
With subtly platformed boots and thick soled lace up brogues in clashing textures of pony hair, smooth and scaly leather. Eyes were darkened with just a dash of kohl, casting the Emporio Armani man in the role of an old silent film hero, and Karakul hats added a faintly military flair.