Michael van der Ham's Autumn/Winter 15 presentation offered a mid-winter's dream with dresses that evoked a sense of fantasy most associated with the Shakespearian classic comedy, which is also accompanied by associations with woodlands and nature, an association that has its place here also. Dreamy tulle chiffon overlays that were punctuated with floral embroidery, coming in midnight blue and neutral tones. 

Elsewhere in the collection, van der Ham brought us back into the city with smart, stand alone knits in grey with an non-symetrical orange stripe and also a block red with an irregular hem. There was great attention to detail as intricate shirts and blouses, paired with equally intricate but ultimately different, skirts, each received their own flair, from jacquaring to well-placed ruffles.

The stand out silhouette came in the form of the coat with overly rounded shoulders and wide curved lapels, in woolly grey felt with a gold leaf effect embellishment.