Favoured brand of super-hip Scandinavian bloggers, Ganni has recently started to make the rest of the fashion world stand up and take notice.
Whilst their SS14 collection is all fresh colours, clean silhouettes and the print of the season (aloe vera leaves); the AW14 range that was presented at CFW takes on a bolder, more directional aesthetic.
We're looking to Russia (it was bound to happen soon, thanks to the onslaught of Russian street style darlings), without delving too far from the brand's Danish roots. The contemporary classic beanie hat is revamped in (hopefully faux) fur, worn with extravagant tapestry prints and decadent fabrics.
Pale blue and tangerine fluid separates look clean and minimal when paired with black masculine coats and simple court shoes. Androgynous elements meet feminine fabrics and prints to create highly wearable garments in what is the brand's strongest collection to date.
The styling tip that I'm aching to try out immediately? Wearing a simple thin black roll neck underneath absolutely everything. This wardrobe staple was layered with everything from printed v-neck blouses to cocoon coats and - my personal favourite - a loosely-fitted floral printed tunic dress.