The brand - headed up by designer and CEO Christopher Bailey - mixed autumnal hues and relaxed styling with the sharp tailoring and keen attention to detail it has become synonymous with over the years.
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Silk shirts and blanket-style scarves also made an appearance, while classically fitted suits received a fresh twist by being layered with grungy string vests.
Formal overcoats and accessories didn't escape an update, either - abstract, De Stijl-esque prints adorned models' outfits, providing a contrast against motifs inspired by architecture and nature found elsewhere in the collection.
A plethora of music, fashion and radio stars took to the show's front row, keen to be among the first to see the latest looks, including rapper Tinie Temper, singer Paloma Faith and model Suki Waterhouse.