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Nathan Jenden

Autumn 10

At Nathan Jenden, where the designer’s former boss Diane von Furstenberg took a front-row pew, the jungle provided inspiration on a herd of animal prints. Structure was also key to the collection, with big collars on jackets and plenty of flaps, folds and tucks on jackets and dresses - the latter standing out as the product category of choice. From day to evening, dresses flattered the female form and varied from body-con styles to long, maxi-like designs. The designer also did not hold back on colour, with hot pink and kaleidoscopic prints prevalent.

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