F&F showcased its Autumn/Winter 2014 collection last night (03.04.14) at a star-studded bash.
The Tesco fashion label hosted a catwalk show at London's Somerset house, where 600 guests including Professor Green, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Sam Faiers watched its luxurious yet affordable new menswear and womenswear looks go down the runway.
This season's looks were all about luxe fabrics that play with length and volume, with plenty of layering and contrasting textures.
Fur in every size, shape and colour was a staple on the runway, with key pieces including oversize coats and stoles.
Embellishment and sparkling metallics added drama to covetable evening looks, while florals and berry hues gave power dressing a feminine touch.
The menswear line - which saw male model Jon K, a favourite with Tom Ford and Karl Lagerfeld, hit the runway - featured coats for every occasion, from bomber jackets to peacoats.
Formalwear was given a fresh twist with heritage patterns and textured knitwear, while a muted colour palette and sharp tailoring kept suits smart.
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