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Best of the rest

Missoni’s cosy knitwear encased models in a neutral palette of cable knit and looped tassel cardigans layered over plaid wool jackets and oversized snoods

Sportmax’s femininity-infused tailoring was typified by 1950s skirt suits, boyfriend blazers teamed with midriff bearing knits and sharp capped sleeve tops

Alessandro Dell’Acqua plumped for a medieval inspired collection of heavily embellished, slouchy silhouettes which saw feathers and fur meet chainmail, leather and lace

Pucci’s first collection since the departure of Matthew Williamson concentrated less on colour and took a sexier direction with super short hemlines and simplified prints

Marnioffered up a countrified collection of checked wools mixed up with quilted shiny panelled dresses and intricate floral prints

Max Mara’s outerwear was the star turn of the highly commercial collection, with camel wrapover coats, cappuccino wool double breasted jackets and lipstick red trenches

Pringle’s textural knitwear sat alongside metallic houndstooth, mottled copper prints, sequin details and looped satin tassels 

Jil Sander started her presentation with a pared down collection of simple shift dresses and suits before moving onto more architectural constructions with exaggerated hip and shoulder shapes 

Emporio Armani juxtaposed softly sculpted ruffles, subtle geometric prints in glossy satins and luxurious velvet with sharply tailored blazers, wet look fabrics and plenty of black 

DSquared presented one of the more youthful collections of the week, we checked smocks were teamed with louche parkas, and floor length satin skirts worn with leather biker jackets

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