The design team at MaxMara were having a vintage moment, looking to photos of Anjelica Huston modelling for the house back in 1971 for inspiration. Prints were a focus of the collection, with ditsy florals and geometric shapes splashed on calf-length skirts, pussybow blouses and fluid trousers. Finished off with floppy hats and duster coats in the same prints but opposite colour-ways, they made for highly graphic looks. The silhouette was long but soft, with skirts and sleeves gently billowing and trousers sashaying fluidly. For a Spring/Summer show there was a surprising abundance of cold-weather gear, including suede boots at every exit. But then, with its expertise in exquisite outerwear, the house would be forgiven for showcasing coats at every opportunity. Heavily printed or in muted neutrals, there was something for everyone.
Who we saw: This year's face of MaxMara, actress Amy Adams
What they wore: A navy blue shirt dress
In a nutshell: Flower power fashion
See the MaxMara Autumn Winter 2014 show