SABA take inspiration from the clean lines of the city and the texture and warmth of the forest for their Autumn Winter 2016 collection and campaign.

Clean silhouettes and a somewhat minimalistic approach to design remain key to the SABA name, however intricate, clashing textures and exaggerated, fuller fabrics start to move the collection into a more trend-driven dimension.

Cognacs, smoke blues, forest greens and caramel colour ways reign supreme, taking shape in sculptural body-con pieces, fine knits and power suits with exaggerated, powerful shoulders and waistlines. Knitwear plays to the cooling climate in luxe Italian yarns with a myriad of silhouettes, both close to the body and boxy, as well as feminine details in draping and cowls. The staple knits we’ve come to expect and anticipate from SABA return in seasonal colours and detailing.

Hero pieces come in the form of luxury outerwear including capes, coats and longline sleeveless vests, with the ability to layer and integrate new pieces into your existing wardrobe playing an important role.

SABA Autumn Winter 2016 is available now in stores and at

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