Iconic wardrobe heroes - the coat, the dress, the roll neck - are made anew in one complete shade of camel. It's the new neutral. A burnished beige that uplifts and impacts.

Worn singularly it acts like an anti-pop-of-colour, relieving a palette of white, grey, black from feeling too put together. But when worn in sequence camel takes on new life; adding greater dimension to the idea of monochromes.

adding greater dimension to the idea of monochromes

The highly developed fabrics of autumn only aid camel's sense of richness. Compact, techno and pure varieties of wool are especially tactile. An important overcoat with exaggerated vent and brushed velvet collar, also in camel, is resplendent in a heavyweight wool-mohair blend.

Double-faced and significant gauge cashmere features throughout; the Amma dress, a mid-weight tunic and wrap skirt combination is a particular highlight. And crisp tailoring, some falling on the blusher side of camel, add a leaner line to the generous proportions elsewhere.