Paul Smith is the antithesis of all the things you associate with London Fashion Week. It’s not innovative, trendy, or boundary pushing, but it works, and there’s something to be said for consistency. When it comes to menswear cut for women, Sir Paul Smith reigns supreme; this season he showed a subtle exploration of the shirt and its many incarnations. Pops of lemon, wine, cobalt, and cyan worked alongside the effortless black, white, and grey pieces as Smith explored a slightly more edgy muse. It’s as if a modern-day Katherine Hepburn raided her boyfriend’s closet, pairing slouchy blazers with perfectly cut cropped trousers.