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Scene setting: Alasdhair Willis continued the house's rather fitting water world theme with a trio of industrial issue waterfalls that flowed right through his A/W venue.Mood board: The creative director also stepped up the brand's pioneering spirit with an autumnal-hued collection that concentrated on outerwear solutions. Scribbled pencil camouflage prints and patterns that looked like tonal cross sections of layers of the earth adorned weighty overcoats, while quilted duvet versions looked up to tackling the house’s Scottish Highland heritage.
Finishing touches: Wedged welly heels could clearly go all-terrain, just as padded clutches and tool box-shaped handbags suitably equipped the journey.Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
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