With Anna Wintour next to Philip Green on the front row of Topshop Unique’s show, the who’s who of fashion journalism (us included) was complete. So no pressure then. Thankfully for Green, it was the best Topshop Unique show yet, mixing the brand’s trademark younger bravado with a sophistication that raised the quality and finesse, aligning it with some of LFW’s biggest players. That’s no mean feat considering the standard. This attitude came across in the slouchy, soft silhouettes, relaxed blouses, mid-thigh dresses and ankle-length skirts, creating a laissez-faire yet devil-may-care feel. Earthy khakis, greys, blacks and creams were pepped up with flashes of vivid red, lustrous metallic orange and twinkling embellishment in a palette that straddled cool and classy. Standout pieces were the large, fluid coats.