Paul Smith presents a fresh view of effortless but confident dressing that’s touched with femininity for autumn/winter 2015. Tailoring is the key focus of the collection, featuring a more muted palette. Khaki and charcoal grey sit alongside midnight black together with a splash of vibrant colors.
The geometric check motif was a focal point in the men’s outerwear which has also reoccured in the autumn/winter 2015 women’s outerwear collection. Overalls or pantaloons trouser legs are consistently wide either grazing the floor or sometimes cropped above the ankle.
For the working ladies, femininity is injected through soft silks and woollen fibres in the suiting central, whilst it shares the same distinction as in the men’s garments.
To finish off the collection perfectly, simple gold jewellery accentuates the geometry of the prints, along with heavy heeled shoes that are blocked with contrasting shades of enamel or clashing cuts of snakeskin. Leather trainers brings a sense of formal functionality that has played a central part in Paul Smith collections.