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Fashion neutrals

Whether tailored or slouchy, monochrome or neutral, off-duty dressing is all about pleasing yourself. Styling by Mitchell Belk. Photography by Diego Merino
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Sporty fashion

Athletic style is flexing its muscle off the pitch, track and court to winning effect. Styling by David Lamb. Photography by Diego Merino
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Ruffle fashion

The resort collections evoke balmy days and Havana nights with racy ruffles, tantalising tiers and playful peplums. Styling by Millicent Simon. Photography by Andrew Yee
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The best new tweeds for women

Softened and spliced, embellished and emboldened, this season’s tweed feels fresher than ever, as designers explore its seemingly infinite possibilities. Clare Coulson reports
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1970s glamour

Lovers of bright lights and boogie nights are getting their ultra-glam Seventies groove on. Styling by Damian Foxe. Photography by Luis Monteiro
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The new brocade

Designers are bringing traditional brocade bang up to date with inventive iterations that can be worn dressed down with denim or maxed up to the nines. Avril Groom reports
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Patrick Grant

Designer Patrick Grant’s ambition to combine heritage craft with the kind of technically innovative yet uncomplicated casualwear that men really love has established his E Tautz label as a major player in British fashion. Charlie Porter reports. Portraits by Richard Grassie
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The best labels for individual style

The rise of non-trend-driven labels deftly celebrating the idiosyncratic style of the women behind them is recalibrating fashion’s power base. Clare Coulson reports
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Tweed womenswear

The undisputed elegance of tweed plays up its cosmopolitan credentials with captivating cuts, colours and embellishments. Styling by Damian Foxe. Photography by Andrew Yee
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