Glance Hotel is the perfect example of the Florence that celebrates its past whilst still looking firmly into the future.
By Angharad Jones
From rich velvet and oversized knitwear, to deep rust shades and streetwear-inspired military wear, these are the best trends to come out of LFWM AW17.
La Ménagère in the San Lorenzo area of Florence houses a restaurant, coffee bar, flower shop and cocktail bar, plus an area selling home accessories; a concept restaurant, if you will.
Antinori Winery – by Italian firm Archea Associati – is designed as though an invisible building, concealed by and blending into the surrounding landscape.
The Belstaff AW17 collection draws inspiration from the brand's rich military heritage under a "Jolly Roger" theme to celebrate the robust clothing worn by the Royal Navy during World War II.
By Clare Potts
As ever designer Fraser Moss took inspiration from music for the YMC AW17 collection, as well as art - in this case, the Bauhaus movement.
This season the Nigel Cabourn AW17 collection focused on The British Airborne Force and the Denison smock worn by the Paratroopers.
At John Lobb AW17 the collection was inspired by the River Nene that runs through Northamptonshire, paying homage to the region's great history of shoe making.
By Angharad Jones
Showcasing both men's and women's clothing, the KTZ AW17 show at London Fashion Week Men's demonstrated that gender knows no boundaries.
John Smedley's AW17 collection unified men's and womenswear in a celebration of Britain's finest raw materials.
By Liam Roberts
The ART SCHOOL AW17 presentation marked the label's debut collection, in collaboration with Fashion East.
At London Fashion Week Men, Maharishi opted to showcase its SS17 collection - a body of work that looks to Africa and the military presence on the continent.
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