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women The autumn collection

Rich textures, functional cuts, and layers – many layers – to clothe the body. As our latest drop suggests, the new season finds us revisiting signatures of the autumnal wardrobe. Consider what just arrived a guide to streamline your choices during the coming months: a display of trusted silhouettes in play with renewed nuances. 

01 Knitwear

Cosy woollen layers shaped as jumpers or scarves bring the softest, most warming feel to the autumn wardrobe. 

02 Outerwear

Well-constructed and designed with timeless references, these investments for the season withstand repeated use as they finish off your autumn and winter looks.

03 Leather

Garments and accessories made from leather live on beyond the seasons. These pieces also offer a beautiful contrast of texture against the soft knitted textures common for autumn. 

04 Pile and fleece

Fuzzy and functional, pile garments and fleece layers add a distinct visual texture to autumnal ensembles. 

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