Horse riders and fox hunting were the inspiration behind Paul Smith’s highly commercial collection. Models donned outsized tweed hunting jackets and waxed jackets reminiscent of Barbour. Pleated A-line skirts gave the look a feminine twist that was sexed up with glimpses of brightly coloured or tweed corsets beneath fitted jackets. Dresses came in 1950s prom shapes in sheer fabrics which were over-printed with digital florals and interwoven with the lightest of cobweb knitted panels around the bodice. Most outfits were styled with heeled wellies.