Margaret Howell provides a mellow moment amongst the harsh buzz of LFW.

Margaret Howell brings androgynous fits this SS17.

It was an ever so English sort of summer at Margaret Howell this time around.

AW16 proves that Margaret Howell may not be directional, but sure can cut a jacket.

Margaret Howell did Parisian Chic and casual work-wear perfectly in her SS16 womenswear show.

Schoolboy stripes and awkward lengths, classic day wear was given a slick of Brit nostalgia at Margaret Howell.

The LFW madness is over, for now. Here, we chart the best bits from AW15 to see what we’ll be wearing after the summer.

Margaret Howell returns as chic as ever for AW15, uncomplicated, minimal and fail-safe.

Bursts of colour crept into Margaret Howell’s collection of classic macs, pea coats and everyday luxe.

Fashion Film: We take a look behind the scenes at the Margaret Howell SS15 show, a lesson in powerful minimalism 

For SS15 Margaret Howell re-invigorated and re-invented traditional workwear for a look that screams off duty actress does city chic

The aphorism, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’, perfectly encapsulates Margaret Howell’s approach to menswear for SS15

Margaret Howell takes us back to basics for AW14, check it out here.

Margaret Howell finalises her successful collaboration with photographer Koto Bolofo for her Spring Summer 2014 campaign.

We spent the afternoon with Brazillian boy and ale brewer Konan Hanbury from Models 1, talking dining with Led Zeppelin and how to cut your sandwiches the right way.

Model Gracie van Gastel goes back to the farm in Joost Vandebrug’s atmospheric new short.

Margaret Howell doesn’t make a song and dance of her runway shows – but her clothes speak for herself. Look at our exclusive backstage pics here.

Jack Royle from D1 isn’t your typical tattooed bad boy, he also writes poetry and knows every line to Mean Girls. Obviously our ideal man…

Days two and three of London Collections: Men kicked off over the weekend. Here – bare chests, tats ‘n’ all – is our version of events.

Flair without fuss. Chic without chi-chi. Style without showing off. Margaret Howell, British fashion scion and understated style queen, tells Wonderland the tricks of her trade.