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First look: M&S unveils ‘considered’ autumn 17 womenswear range

Marks & Spencer has unveiled a “considered” autumn 17 collection featuring heritage fabrics, rich earthy colours and a softer side of luxury evoked in furs, pastel florals and metallic touches.

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  • When will they ever stop fantasising about being fashion leaders , producing horrendous mixtures of prints and textures and concentrate on the core quality products that their customers have told them they want. Women do not walk around in huge oversized Houndstooth confections (It hasn't ever sold since the 50's) nor do they wear plunging necklines that are impossible to wear a bra with. The printed outfit looks like something that has been put together from scraps and before it even comes of the production line you can see it heading straight for the 70% off sale rail. This is going backwards rather than forwards. Building on past failures rather than successes.

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  • Can't say the pictures are anything to get too excited about, and shows yet again that M&S does not know what it customer is or what they want.

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