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In the 2000s, Joseph were famous for their impeccably cut trousers which had a cult following, but the longevity of a House cannot rely on one item alone. Designer Louise Trotter shows that she understands that premise, and for Spring we see a modern and directional look which is a far cry from the conservative practicality of the past. Instead Trotter, like many of the designers we have seen this season, appeared fixated on the deconstruction of the clothes and a louche sensibility. Traditional shirting was given a new spin with drawstring sleeves and the absence of collars, buttons and seams were skewed and waistlines obliterated. Clothes appeared to hang off the body, with jackets and coats slung in a nonchalant fashion across shoulders. The show ended with knit and sportswear-inspired pieces that had been excessively layered and fringed.  


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