Won’t let you trick me twice
There was nothing particularly out of the ordinary at Agi & Sam, nothing brash, nothing loud. Everything was normal procedure, just amplified or redirected. The splash of womenswear got great, huge fluted sleeves. The boys were treated to chest zip details and mismatched pockets. It was like an optical illusion, a spot the difference with inch too short jumper crops and jackets with nothing worn underneath. We could stare for days.
One two tweed
The order of the day was a brown hued microscopic checks across, well, everything, that looked like a clean tweed from afar. Imagine a lord of the manor but in an arty zone 2 warehouse instead of a mansion and you’ve got the idea. The box jacket and matching trousers are a dream if you’re willing to commit to a one print look but otherwise opt for the hooded top peeking of a black bomber.
Here come the girls
Props to Agi & Sam for their first inclusion of womenswear. We might as well have stopped dividing fashion weeks by gender about two years ago, but for now we’ll roll with it. The ladies looks were just as considered as the main menswear section. Thick banded chokers that we’ll be replicating with everything and thick grey knitted dresses are top of our everyday wishlist but the dream piece? Wide ballooning navy trousers to swamp your legs like a skirt for each.