An assortment of lengths, textures, shapes and colours roamed the catwalk of autumn/winter ’17, but the immense grandeur of substantial silhouettes truly spearheaded the collections. This season, Christian Wijnants
opted for a relaxed check coat, paired with an attire of clashing prints that ensured the boldness of the cut blended right into the eccentric mix. Contrary to the muted outsize, Ann Demeulemeester
chose floor-pooling shapes that stunned the crowds. A nude-peach silk blouse graced the runway, adding to the fluidity that was omnipresent in the Belgian label’s presentation. At Mulberry
, the classic check donned oversized puffer-styles that easily enveloped the body. A tonal twist was seen at Stella McCartney
, who showed a warm camel silhouette that involved a striking floor-sweeping bodysuit, complete with a coordinated blazer. To top it all off, Y/Project
presented a larger-than-life approach to wide-legged trousers paired with a grey-blue turtleneck, gracing us with the ideal look to start living life at large.