From top to bottom (and in-keeping with this season’s latest colour trends), we select our own Top Ten key pieces for the season.
Elegant, polished and effortlessly chic, Gucci’s grey pipeline travel shirt brings sophistication to every ensemble (£215).
2) Ralph & Russo
The traditional thread embroidery used for Ralph & Russo’s dresses is intertwined with individual petal applique, with sheaths of organza in a crisp, sophisticated colour palette (POA).
3) Derek Lam
Derek Lam’s long-sleeved polo shirt dress features epaulettes, side seam gussets at the hem and gunmetal straps ($990).
Chloe’s bi-colour oversized cashmere cape comes in blush nude and soft beige, and has a flattering longer back hem (£1480).
Burberry’s single-breasted cotton gabardine trench coat has a heritage-inspired storm shield and epaulettes, while the multi-stitch under collar is finished with nubuck leather taping (£1295).
Chanel’s embroidered silk organza jacket features jewelled buttons (POA).
Moschino’s knee-length skirt feature buttons, multipockets and a lined interior (£589).
Burberry’s tailored trousers are made from a lustrous technical silk blend. Cut in a modern fit, the straight leg trousers feature a sharp, pintuck crease and a flat front with concealed zip and button closure (£395)
Modalu’s leather bags are practical, durable and easy to clean. The Erin bag celebrates craftsmanship and understated simplicity, resulting in an elegant and timeless structured tote (£199).
Blancpain’s new Saint Valentine’s model has a mother-of-pearl dial decorated with a majestic inlaid rose. The different thicknesses of mother-of-pearl allow the colour to show through, creating a subtle palette of pink shades. The 36.8 mm diameter white-gold case is lit up with 121 diamonds. This limited edition (14 engraved and numbered pieces) is adorned with a white ostrich leather strap (£34,950).