The ‘comfort’ factor is inseparable from Stella McCartney’s collections because it’s part of her dna, as is the trend for a style that teams sportswear and sensuality, which is never too daring, but soft and delicate. And the clothes on the runway were just that – an irresistible mix of athleisure and femininity, with knit as the preferred material, ideal for conveying comfort through vests, trapeze cut plissé tops, stretch polo shirts with diagonal buttoning or in a longer version over an asymmetric mid-calf length skirt. Everything was dominated by bold colours, graphic details, checks, hearts and circles stitched with plissé ribbons onto long dresses, which later became transparent. There were also tailored pieces, some sleeveless, worn with loose trousers.