Autumn and Winter 2016 will be marked by elegance, which appears even more pronounced in Piccadilly's collection. The brand draws inspiration from three key macro-trends: Urban Activism, Cheeky Elegance, and Wild Paradise, which appear in the lines of the collection.
Urban activism presents a strong presence of new patterns, glazes, prints, original designs, and indigo hues; cheeky elegance is conveyed through luxury craftsmanship and the atmosphere of ostentation, presented in the brocade, the pastel hues, and the embroidery with sequins; and wild paradise is revealed in the natural textures, in materials with thick volumes and heels, and in the earthy hues and the contrast between the elements of water and earth, in nuances of blues, greens, and grays.
From these trends emerges a powerful, audacious collection that shows a season with a lot of glamor.
Brown tweed throws some scholastic sophistication. Another old favorite is back this fall to update your wardrobe, Tweed!
Tweed is not just for coats, this great fall into winter fabric is fab in a dress too. Go Tweed!
Lisa Potter, deputy editor of Femail Fashion Finder said: 'No longer the style choice of upper middle classes ladies who lunch and men who go hunting, tweed has made a fashionable comeback thanks to designers like Prada, Ralph Lauren and of course Chanel.'
'Karl Lagerfeld's Pre-Fall and autumn/winter 13 collections for the iconic label were full of the classic fabric reworked into sharp little jackets and skirts, and his spring/summer 14 show this morning was a rainbow explosion of bubblegum pinks and fluorescent yellows, proving that the tweed trend is very much a modern affair.