May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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London: A catwalk covered in autumnal leaves told us Jasper Conran was embracing the fall season with open arms. Autumnal hues drifted down the catwalk; olives, rust, russet and burning amber evoking images of autumnal rambles through the countryside and wood burning fires. But this wasn’t your normal countryside stroll; rich, lavish fabrics oozed elegance– his girls cloaked in head to toe colour ensembles, layered for a cold day – but never bulky – topped off with a wide brim fedora. The occasional bright print broke up the collection – violet pansies or geometric repeats on A-line tea dresses and matching separates in sumptuous silk or velvet devoré. A plethora of tactile fabrics lent the collection an intense desirability- from patch worked suede to a stunning haircalf set in shimmering emerald green. Refined and quietly confident, Jasper Conran has Autumn sorted. – Anna Ross
Theme: Autumnal Stroll
Key items: Haircalf jacket / Wool cloak / Kimino silk day dress / 20’s style tea dress / Tie waist shift dress/ Printed Silk Shirt / Patchwork Suede Pencil Skirt
Colour: Plum / Navy / Olive / Russet / Mulberry / Rust / Emerald / Plum / Mahogany / Burgundy
Print & pattern: Geometric two tone / Pansies
Materials & trim: Cashmere Wool / Haircalf / Patchwork Suede / Sheepskin / Silk / Devoré velvet /
Footwear : Haircalf platform sandals
Accessories: Wide brimmed Fedora / Wool tights / Weekend carry-all’s / Calf skin tote
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