Who: Paul Costelloe

What: A revisit to Costelloe’s signature tailored pieces, but this time, with a twist of metallic tweed.

Thoughts: Although the crazy flame haired models proved a step too far in the barnet department for us, Costelloe’s autumn collection, on the other hand, is very impressive.

With tailored two-piece skater skirt suits and others with slim silhouettes, metallic tweed stitching, geometric prints, mustard sharp-collared dresses, blush A-line jackets, burnt orange flared skirts, nude patent pumps and a vibrant earthy colour palette formed a quaint and classic collection reminiscent of the Sixties from this iconic British label.

There was certainly plenty to keep our eagle-eyes busy, and it’s a definite show-stopper this autumn.

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