We’ve seen plenty of fur this season, some pieces more successful than others, and when Karl Lagerfeld sent his punk army down the Fendi catwalk he went straight into the winning side.
This was the collection Tom Ford should have shown, with the flashes of neon-infused fur set against a darker palette - the difference was that this was a more restrained, more organised, more wearable collection, with pieces cleverly cut into streamlined silhouettes despite the bulk of the texture.
It was textures that defined the collection, highlighted by two-toned coats of fur panels, modernised by the contrast of more functional leather and wool materials.
In short An excessive and edgy collection that managed to remain wearable.
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