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Key pieces

Duffel coats suddenly have a modern and youthful look but the versatile style will span age ranges; it may just be your best bet as the alternative to the ubiquitous peacoat

Textured knitwear continues to thrive in designer collections, with cable knits still the predominant force

Capes, the historically indulgent and opulent looking outerwear option were aired by several designers including Christopher Bailey at Burberry Prorsum

High fastening outerwear hybrid evolutions of pea coat

Trench warfare continues as the classic coat style remains a key element of catwalk collections – evolutions range from Ute Ploier’s truncated, fluid style to Dunhill’s more classically shaped but cuffed navy style.

Fair Isle – or double stranded knitwear – patterns were deployed by some brands, including D&G, in tonal versions to add depth to the palette and usher in heavier knitwear.

Contrast collar details were deployed on shirts, with white collars on richer colours like the deep burgundy at Dries Van Noten, while the

High-waisted trousers, though not the subject of wide-spread adoption, were paraded by a smattering of brands and offered a vision for the trouser beyond the current slim silhouette.  

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