A Nineties-tinged take on Edwardian romance fueled Lorenzo Serafini’s pre-fall Philosophy collection, which is building momentum. Serafini has shown a keen eye for cool femininity that’s romantic while avoiding the precious. Prints are one of his strong suits, rendered here in a delicate tea rose set against black and a softly exotic bird and branch motif inspired by something he found on Chinese cushions. Dress silhouettes included long-sleeved, floor-length styles in crochet lace and Seventies midi styles, a period echoed in button-front A-line skirts, tie-neck blouses and robust, tweed tailoring, such as slouchy, mannish trousers and jackets.