Clothes for a confident woman, who does not aim to seek attention, is what Paul Smith said about his collection. The designer wanted to go back to his DNA, and for one of his most focused and strongest shows to date that is exactly what he did, he called it Pure Paul Smith. It seemed like the early days, when Paul Smith only made menswear and the wives, girlfriends and significant others borrowed from their partners. Coats, pants, cardigans, even shirts, ties and waistcoats, all had their roots in mens wardrobes, but were cut for girls. Smith worked a good classic day palate, highlighted with a flashes of pink and orange here and there. He perfected proportions, balanced the slim and oversized, matching the petit with the ample in the same look. A ribbed granddad cardigan has never looked so good.