Stella McCartney plays with pied-de-poule and Glen plaid patterns in suits with wide, flared trousers, and reinterprets the lines of a double-breasted blazer by adding a thin belt clinched at the waist. Straps and strings join the cuts of Dion Lee's cut-out designs, his jackets cropped at the waist, and small circular openings in trousers. Dries Van Noten combines a jacket and masculine-inspired, wide pants, with deep pleats and cut at the knee, for Bermuda shorts with an informal elegance that look like a divided skirt. Minimalism and simplicity: Loulou Studio revisits the classic three-button blazer, now oversized but not too much, in grey, navy blue and tobacco. Moschino brings back the pinstriped pattern in his slimming double-breasted model to be combined with a waistcoat, for a 'gangster look' in a skirt.