Autumn/Winter Collections in Marylebone Village

An insider's guide to the fashion brands of Marylebone Village's latest collections for Autumn and Winter.

As the last few days of summer sun come to an end, we welcome back the oh too familiar cool autumn breezes and will soon be reaching for our cardigans, coats and inevitably hats and scarves.

Below is an insider's guide to the fashion brands of Marylebone Village whose latest collections show styles straight from the catwalks of Paris, New York, London and Milan. Play with proportion in balloon sleeves, feel studious in nerdy knits, and prepare to be kept in check - houndstooth, tartan and gingham to be exact!


So, while this season's slogan may very well be “all dressed up with nowhere to go” - these A/W 2020 collections will ensure you’ll be the best dressed person on that Zoom call, school run, or even at the supermarket checkout.


Marylebone Lane’s concept store KOIBIRD has been redesigned to reflect an Eastern Bloc theme, championing designers from Georgia, Poland, Russia and Ukraine. The post-Soviet style edit incorporates almost all of the major trends from this season - shirts and dresses with major cut outs, structured handbags, lots of leather and co-ord suits in every shape, style, and fabric you could imagine. In keeping with the brand’s ethos, bold prints, colours and statement accessories are at the centre of the collection, with many exclusive pieces only available at the store.


Another big trend coming through this season sees fashion power houses encourage us to mix, match and pull together previously forbidden clothing combinations. Renowned for their Parisian je ne sais quoi aesthetic, the latest ba&sh collection is no exception. Comprising buttery black leather skirts and trousers alongside high-neck puffball sweaters, and almost sporty bubble coats with exaggerated collars - a real feeling of freedom runs through this collection.


Wolford are introducing some ready to wear vegan faux leathers into their latest collection, as well as more denim and velvet weaving their way through. Combining the use of innovative and sustainable fabrics with their famous 3W signatures and body mapping lines, the Autumn/Winter collection includes bodysuits, dresses and knitwear alongside their signature tights in elegant yet bold designs.


Fabric focused menswear designer, Luca Faloni, shows us a collection that as always, places quality at the forefront. Expect to see luxury two-ply and silk cashmere blend knits, brushed and piqué cotton shirts, and full grain leather accessories sourced from Santa Croce in Italy. Entitled ‘new classics’ the latest collection focuses on wardrobe staples with timeless designs that will transcend the seasons.


AW20 at LK Bennett takes us from workwear to evening wear also with transitional items created for every occasion. The latest drop sees must have runway prints such as checks, tweed and polka dots running as a heavy theme throughout the collection. From statement dresses, pencil skirts and jumpsuits to the classic winter essentials, there is everything to create an autumn to winter capsule wardrobe.

Long known for their elevated and minimalist suits, the Theory AW20 collections do not disappoint and in fact take it one step further with an abundance of transitional day to night items. The womenswear collection includes elegant suits, suede jackets,prim shift dresses and contrasting punkish lug sole boots, while the menswear comprises timeless suit jackets, knitwear and down jackets to create the urban uniform Theory is renowned for. Sustainability is most definitely at the centre of the latest edit and uses a selection of the finest environmentally conscious fabrics and dyes.


agnès b is showing a love for bold prints this season with a new collection in collaboration with artist Jordane Saget. Her unique designs are showcased on scarves, t shirts, shirts and skirts creating true wearable art. Whilst maintaining the brand’s ethos in creating clothes that are made to last and never go out of style, the quintessentially French edit includes staple wardrobe pieces, Breton stripes and the return of the classic snap cardigan in new autumnal shades.


Heritage British shoemakers, Joseph Cheaney & Sons have also unveiled a new collaboration for A/W 2020 with established model and artistic and creative director, Richard Biedul. The new collection combines style with substance, creating shoes that are performance driven and eco conscious. All of the styles in the capsule collection qualify for Cheaney’s full refurbishment services, cementing their sustainable credentials.