The design team of Boudicca presented today one of their most wearable collections to date, centered around crisp white shirts and sharply tailored, high-waisted trousers and skirts. Naturally, there were still plenty of the duo's signature touches, like wide sashes across a strict top or tiny hidden drawstrings that cinch in unexpected places.

Boudicca's severe, almost austere collection relied on black and white as the predominant colors, and on an architectural silhouette that brought to mind the precise lines of Gianfranco Ferrés' lean, mean suits. The (even) sexier looks consisted of one-shouldered dresses with streamers, skirts with a derrière-high slit on the back and a pair of leather briefs that tied on the side. The most accessible dresses were saved for last—simple pale-rose-printed shifts with black panel insets and wide belts.