Susana Clayton worked loose, masculine tailoring into a modern and sleekly feminine lineup, mostly in camel, gray and a range of ruddy browns. She threw in the season’s musts — shearling and fringes — with measure, adding a bit of argyle as well. The diamond shapes were elongated — molded to the Joseph aesthetic — appearing on a long sweater, a widely pleated skirt that fell mid-calf and a humongous, knit scarf.

WWD Critique: A year into the job, Clayton has proved to be a natural fit for Joseph, simplifying the brand message with uncluttered cuts and using layering to add depth.

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