Army green was the preferred colour palette for opening pieces in this collection. Temperley even went so far as to emblazon the clothes with badges that proclaimed “She who dares wins”, medals and patches featuring postage stamps and fuel-gauges. Other militaristic touches included safety-buckle belts, parachute straps and aviator jackets, but these eventually gave way to the dresses for which the house is best known. In the middle there was a mix of suits and separates with a vaguely 1940s silhouette. The show-stopping gowns that were the finale hinted at armour with their metallic touches. Definitely a collection for strong woman regardless of whether she chooses to wear a boiler suit or a gown. 

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