In her debut collection for the brand, creative director Joanna Sykes showed off a lineup of androgynous, boxy silhouettes and mannish proportions. To wit: one dark gray overcoat that looked as if the model had swiped it from the closet of her stylish grandfather.

There were feminine touches, too, in the form of fur down the front of a white overcoat and on a green tweed biker jacket. But outerwear was only part of the collection. Sykes created crisp, oversize statement shirts with leather tabs adorning the stiff double cuffs. Other shirts were made from hand-painted silk crepe, giving the overall look a softer edge.

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