Margaret Howell moves glacially from season to season, subtly tweaking cuts and combinations of fabrics to fit her refined aesthetic. This season, there was a boyish charm to short-sleeve shirts that came styled with little neckerchiefs tied boy-scout style over the collar. One look featured a denim shirt worn untucked with its sleeves rolled up, navy trousers and a tie, halfheartedly knotted. A smock-fronted parka was a key outerwear shape, and knits included a round-neck cable knit and a Breton striped sweater.

Margaret Howell moves glacially from season to season, subtly tweaking cuts and combinations of fabrics to fit her refined aesthetic. This season, there was a boyish charm to short-sleeve shirts that came styled with little neckerchiefs tied boy-scout style over the collar. One look featured a denim shirt worn untucked with its sleeves rolled up, navy trousers and a tie, halfheartedly knotted. A smock-fronted parka was a key outerwear shape, and knits included a round-neck cable knit and a Breton striped sweater.

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