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Daks

An archive-inspired collection with updated details and proportion-playing silhouettes was at work.

The look An archive-inspired collection with updated details and proportion-playing silhouettes was at work.

Key pieces An oversized quilted skirt in a heritage house print filled the catwalk and was teamed with a sweet crew-neck knit and shirt collar combo, as Daks creative director Filippo Scuffi showcased country living with youthful appeal. Silk was given a printed, washed-out tartan check that looked like it had been caught in a countryside rainstorm. Teaming cream wools with thick black tights certainly made a statement, but wasn’t entirely successful. Shirts with Peter Pan collars were better.

Commercial appeal A hit-and-miss collection. The oversized skirts were so satisfying, as were the sweet little tops and collars - but the knitwear could have had more impact.

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