Belstaff presented a covetable collection filled with loose and luxe pieces inspired by outdoor sports and done in a palette of sugared almond hues. Delphine Ninous, vice president of women’s design, layered colors and textures: a languid suede safari jacket over a pale-green silk dress with a soft ruffle down the front, and blush-pink trousers — inspired by track pants — with a matching suede jacket. Her tailored trousers were cropped, with drawstring waists, while bleached-out cotton styles came rolled and skinny with patch pockets in white eyelet fabric.
There were lightweight trenches galore — some with snap fronts, others with chalky coating to give them a weathered and windblown look — as well as tailored safari jackets with strict waists. This was Ninous’ second collection for Belstaff, and it was clear she brought a feminine, sporty touch to a brand that, until recently, was best known for its off-road biker jackets.