Charlotte Does MFW: The Looks The Editor Loves

Charlotte Does MFW: The Looks The Editor Loves

Editor Charlotte Moore plans her AW16 wardrobe from the shows...

With Gucci's extravagant, maximalist kick-off, Prada's power moment there was so much to love about MFW AW/16, but these are the pieces I can't stop thinking about. 

The Jumper: Gucci – red, white, blue and black with ridiculous sleeves and black sequinned panda emblazoned on the front – this should be the most hideous jumper you've ever seen, but of course it isn't. Utterly covetable the easiest way to buy into the new Gucci squad. 

The Dress: Fendi. Lighter, softer and breezier that previous Fendi collections – this wasn't the fur-fest that AW tends to be. Instead there were pretty frilled cocktail blouses, skirts and frocks that looked remarkably easy to wear. This graphic stripe was the one that really caught my eye.

The Jacket: Prada. Coats, jackets, boots – it was all about getting wrapped up and trudging across the moors for Miuccia this season. This parka/jacket is the kind of piece I would wear and love for ever and ever.

The Boots: Tods. Who knew that a high-heeled walking boot could provoke such lust. But this one truly did – and with those socks – what joy.

The Waistcoat: Marco De Vincenzo. This designer is very much one to watch in Milan – his shows that exciting London vibe that really make you sit and think. This waist-coat was a little more demure than some of the more crazily colourful coats in the collection, but even the more edgy pieces have a serious amount of chic. 

The Blouse: Philosophy. Another show, another pretty cocktail blouse. The high neck and diaphanous ruffles make this a true trophy piece.

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