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Joseph Altuzarra opened his AW14 runway collection with a navy and cobalt version of this elegant, wool-blend wrap coat. It set the precedent for one of the season's biggest outerwear trends, and in black, acts as the ultimate round-the-clock cover-up. The wide lapels and belted waist will frame a roll-neck sweater perfectly.
Altuzarra Virgin wool-blend tailored coat £1,300 £780
Altuzarra has garnered a reputation for sophisticated ready-to-wear that packs a seductive punch case in point, the Patina dress. Made from a cream blend, it's detailed with a rope lace front and a waist-defining sheer mesh and silk-organza panel. Offset the light hues with jet-black accessories.
Altuzarra's Caine trousers are a sleek take on a tuxedo style. They're made from ivory fabric and tailored high at the waist and slim and tapered through the legs. For maximum impact, team them with the label's matching fringed jacket and punctuating black accessories.
White and off-white silk crepe de chine, white cotton-blend cady Zip fastening along side, button fastenings along front Fabric1: 100% silk; fabric2: 51% cotton, 43% nylon, 6% elastane; fabric3: 96% viscose, 4% elastane Dry clean
This Flame sweater was first seen at Altuzarras Pre-AW14 presentation. Its woven from fine-knit navy wool and features a red stripe across the chest that reads 'Sapeurs-Pompiers' fire-fighters in French. Its a grown-up take on the slogan sweater that can easily be dressed up with a pencil skirt or down with jeans.
Altuzarra Flame wool sweater £365 £182
Joseph Altuzarra approaches staples with the same sophisticated aesthetic as his coveted eveningwear. The Stingray cotton top is detailed with red and navy stripes, and a bead-embellished neckline inspired by traditional North African design. It's the perfect topper to the label's seductive thigh-slit skirts.