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Editorial

Jill Stuart chose the National Arts Club, a private 19th-century house filled with old oil paintings, to stage her presentation in celebration of female power, particularly how it is expressed and channelled through art and clothes. The dresses on show here came in various styles and lengths, often in bright black or colourful velvet, in floral brocade or knit, worn over a turtleneck or paired with Victorian collars. Trousers were high-waist in solid colours or patterns, worn with a matching obi belt and knits or blouses with ruches and gathered collars, which were often topped with an additional collar with long laces hanging down the front. Tall riding boots and ankle boots finished the look.