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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 presented a strong, sexy collection for Pre-AW14 with pieces like the Arion shirt hitting just the right note of elegance and wearability. This chic monochrome staple is crafted from stretch-crepe and has a white rolled collar and neck tie. Tuck into a body-sculpting pencil skirt and ground the look with pointed ankle boots.
Altuzarra Arion stretch-crepe shirt £458 £320
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.
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 £255
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.
After the runaway success of last season's side-slit skirts, Joseph Altuzarra returns with a shorter pencil style for Pre-AW14. This version is made in Italy from a wardrobe-friendly grey blend, but still boasts that subtly seductive thigh split. It's the kind of piece that makes mid-week style dilemmas feel like a distant memory.
Altuzarra Faun pencil skirt £410 £287
A timeless investment, Altuzarra's Chirico coat combines exquisite Italian craftsmanship with contemporary design. It's cut from a navy double-faced virgin-wool blend and has a cobalt-blue inner facing that provides a striking colour-block contrast. Imitate the runway styling and wrap it over a roll neck.
Altuzarra Chirico bi-colour wool-blend coat £1,775 £1,242
Sex appeal is never hard to find in an Altuzarra collection, but for Resort 2015 the designer showcased a more demure take on his signature sensuality. The black crepe Angelina dress is cut with neat capped sleeves and falls to a ladylike knee length, but a cut-away back and thigh-high skirt split provide that seductive edge.
UK exclusive to Harvey Nichols Altuzarra multicoloured silk crepe dress Tweed print satin twill front, detachable waist tie, split at front hem Concealed zip fastening through side 100% silk Dry clean Length shoulder to hem: Midweight Close fit This style runs true to size
Timeless femininity is second nature to Joseph Altuzarra, as the Aurora dress aptly demonstrates. Crafted from black crepe, the crossover neckline fastens with a velvet bow, which works to accentuate the smallest part of the waist. A centre-front skirt split provides an alluring undertone team with black boots for an unexpected edge.