The high street retailer, under Jane Shepherdson’s chief directorship, made its debut on the catwalk for London Fashion Week with a collection made for sophisticated urbanites. The presentation began with a trio of looks in a shiny camouflage jacquard, all khaki and gray, then moved into several other grouped triptychs.

The best was a leather group, the pants of which were pleated at the top and tapered at the leg. There was a full A-line leather skirt worn with a baby pink mohair cable knit that, together, was the kind of cool ensemble that earned Shepherdson her stripes as one of the most innovative women in fashion retailing.

The high street retailer, under Jane Shepherdson's chief directorship, made its debut on the catwalk for London Fashion Week with a collection made for sophisticated urbanites. The presentation began with a trio of looks in a shiny camouflage jacquard, all khaki and gray, then moved into several other grouped triptychs.

The best was a leather group, the pants of which were pleated at the top and tapered at the leg. There was a full A-line leather skirt worn with a baby pink mohair cable knit that, together, was the kind of cool ensemble that earned Shepherdson her stripes as one of the most innovative women in fashion retailing.

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