The look Classic Paul Smith of yesteryear, playing on a masculine feminine vibe, with a raft of tailored trousers mixed with City-boy shirts.
Key pieces This was all about the trouser, which came in a variety of shapes - from slim-fit to looser boyfriend styles. Striped shirts and sateen blouses were important.
Commercial appeal This might not have been the most cutting edge collection but there was plenty that will sell. The classic tailoring is some of the best cut available. The high street is unlikely to follow here, which should be good for stockists.
Footwear and accessories Polka-dot scarves and ties softened the masculine shirts. Smith belted many of the looks twice, stacking two or more belts on top of each other. The best shoes had toe caps in contrast materials and were either pointed courts or flat brogues.