The quintessential British brand offered a patriotic collection, juxtaposing lightweight looks with heavier wools, suede and mohair. Models wore scarves bearing London maps knotted around their necks and landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral were printed on sweaters. Trench coats were in showerproof silk made from superfine yarn and worn unlined, with fishermen’s vests peeking out. British- woven blankets and rugs looked striking worn across the body with prints inspired by vintage English wallpaper designs. Knitwear included heavy- duty sheepskin jackets, fisherman’s rib cardigans and Aran sweaters. The St Ives bag was worn oversized, hand- painted with abstract and figurative prints. Colours were good enough to eat— bitter chocolate, dark plum, zesty yellow and dark tangerine.