The latest Rick Owens show may appear like the last, but in a way this is the point – the designer’s pieces are collected by many a fan and worn season after season. With models coming out in slicked-back hair wearing cut-away coats that had their origins in formal tailcoats, this show had a stark formality and an architectural geometry. Owens is an image master, and this always translates into a super strong show – this season an army of models pacing the widest of runways - but strip away the dramatic show atmosphere, and his collection is made up of very wearable pieces. As well as the knits and jerseys he is known for, the outerwear in particular was key, cut in wool, rayon or leather, and lined in satin, shearling and even mink. Zip-up leather blousons came with padded funnel-neck collars in grosgrain, and cut-away 'tailcoats' were decorated with gun-metal elongated disks - a modern take on military grandeur.