There was a jaunty, outdoorsy mood to Margaret Howell’s pared-back, classic men’s wear this season.
— June 14, 2015
The soothing collection Howell sent down the runway was like a balm for the audience that gathered in a studio at the Rambert dance company’s building.
— February 23, 2015
The designer paired tailoring, such as gray ankle-grazing wool pants, with slim-cut wool sweaters in gray or black.
— January 11, 2015
A cool, relaxed attitude was the most eye-catching accessory at Howell’s show, where the designer delivered simple, polished basics with a tomboy spin.
— September 14, 2014
The designer remained true to her work wear-inspired aesthetic, turning out boxy suits and soft denim smock shirts in her usual palette of earth tones.
— June 16, 2014
The fall collection was heavy on boyish looking tailoring in autumnal corduroy.
— February 16, 2014
WWD went behind the scenes at the fall show.
— January 7, 2014
The designer stayed true to her aesthetic of polished, work wear-inspired separates, and to her low-key palette of blue, gray, black and brown.
A summer breeze ruffled, only slightly, the designer’s serene fashion universe.
— September 15, 2013
There was a boyish charm to short-sleeve shirts that came styled with little neckerchiefs tied boy-scout style over the collar.
— June 17, 2013