Margaret Howell stayed true to her aesthetic of polished, workwear-inspired separates, and to her low-key palette of blue, gray, black and brown. Among the highlights were lightweight waterproof duffle style coats, and thick turtlenecks or ribbed cardigans layered over wool trousers. Collarless shirts — a Howell staple — were out in force, as were peacoats and short, boxy jackets with patch pockets at the front. This was a rich, robust collection that won’t disappoint Howell’s many fans.

Margaret Howell stayed true to her aesthetic of polished, workwear-inspired separates, and to her low-key palette of blue, gray, black and brown. Among the highlights were lightweight waterproof duffle style coats, and thick turtlenecks or ribbed cardigans layered over wool trousers. Collarless shirts — a Howell staple — were out in force, as were peacoats and short, boxy jackets with patch pockets at the front. This was a rich, robust collection that won’t disappoint Howell’s many fans.

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