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Women The layering edit

Dressing during the autumn and winter seasons is all about layers. Some of them are hidden, others are key to how a look is perceived and, in-between, there are elements that create depth and richness. From base to top, all layers are crucial for a beautiful and functional result. In this edit, we present our favourite combinations to love and wear throughout the season.

01  Wool socks
02  Ribbed tank top
03  Leather track pants
04  Crew-neck jumper
05  Long down waistcoat
06  Square-toe lather ankle boots 

  

01  Yoga top
02  Alpaca hood
03  Poplin shirt
04  LOOSE barrel leg jeans
05
  Oversized quilted coat
06
  Wide-shaft leather boots

01  Slim trousers
02  Ribbed tank top
03  Oversized hoodie
04  Leather anorak
05  Oversized puffy tote bag
06  Chunky-sole leather boots

  

01  Mercerised cotton socks
02  Leather culottes
03  Oversized T-shirt
04  Knitted tunic
05  Long down waistcoat
06  Wide-shaft leather boots

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