Clean lines and strong shapes coupled with artisanal construction -- that's what you're going to get from Canali season. Creative consultant and menswear designer Andrea Pompolio used a surprising pop of canary yellow on double-breasted coats ; the rest of the collection remained more sombre, with shades of grey and various styles of stripes and checks. It was the slight geometric illusions, such as the high-necked sweater that really caught our attention.

Meanwhile, Valentino looked to the art world for a fresh take. For autumn/winter 2015, the brand championed the work of 26 year old Melbourne - based artist Esther Stewart. Her abstract artworks, often incorporating only a few simple shapes, were beautifully translated onto everything from cashmere overcoats to crewneck knits, and even to the set up of the show. We also couldn't help but notice that Valentino's signature rucksack got the Stewart treatment, too. Colour blocks were also applied to accessories, such as the running shoe from Bally.

Backpack by Valentino

Sneakers by Bally