Monochrome geometric patterns continue to be big but are more exaggerated and over-scaled than before with harsh contrasts.
There was a luxe survival feel to a lot of the collections; a return to a nomadic look with layers of furs and skins thrown together in different layers in earth tones.
Mixing of different grey tones top-to-toe was key but without the cold minimalist feel from the '90s.
Usually no-go colours were placed together in unexpected ways. This was most evident with the navy & black combinations. Not only that, but the textiles were often entirely different in surface texture and created a new aesthetic.
Continuing on from the apricots, pinks and blush colours of Spring/Summer, the cosmetics are a more exciting way of looking at neutral colour palettes. The greys and brown tones add richness for Fall.