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Best of the rest

ARMAND BASI ONE

Autumn 09’s key jacket shape, the biker, came in leather, plasticised and wool incantations in Armand Basi One’s panelled and studded grunge collection

JENNY PACKHAM

Ethnic influences came through at Jenny Packham with Indian-inspired heavily jewelled bodices and sheer sleeves, and shoulder to floor tasselled dresses

PETER JENSEN

Copious layering characterised an eclectic offering from Jensen, which paired metallic stripes and houndstooth with floral and rabbit prints on skinny belted silhouettes

MARIOS SCHWAB

Sculpted, stuck on panels created structure on organza dresses, as all over multihued sequins added texture to jackets and floor length gowns

JOHN ROCHA

Oriental met British sixteenth century as bonnet-clad models showed off an extensive range of cosy outerwear which veered from cocoon shapes to obi-belted versions

JOSH GOOT

The 1990s were out in force at the Australian designer’s show, where watercolour print, bandage dresses sat alongside monochrome blocked, oversized blazers

PETER PILOTTO

Blown up rose prints were rendered in moody tones of khaki, rust and midnight blue, while armour like studding added a grungy edge

MULBERRY

Satin trouser suits, violet shearling jackets, oversized cable cardigans and sheeny leopard print dresses all stood out at Mulberry’s off-catwalk presentation

LOUISE GOLDIN

The knitwear maven took her sculpted, futuristic forms to a new level this season with leather panelling in a sombre, black-heavy palette

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