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Utility kept marching staunchly through London, Milan and Paris, as it has been for quite a few seasons now, with many designers endeavouring to make our clothes as useful as they are pretty. Functional garms that made strong aesthetic statements were popular. Shearlings were first up (keeping with the strong 70s theme) from the likes of Burberry and Tom Ford. Hoods too were in vogue, but not in their usual sporting context. Versace and Tiger of Sweden both put hooded tops with their tailoring to ramp things up in the suiting department. Topman Design and Moschino took utility to the extreme with an all in one overall that was less about working hard, and more about looking good. Sibling brought out the high socks and gloves to keep everyone warm while Dsquared2, Dior and Diesel all embraced leather trousers ready for not so heavy duty action. Prints stayed on the geometric side, with plenty of stripes, squares and checks which were often mixed with more intricate prints. Alexander McQueen and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci lead the class, showing the others how best to do it. There was everything from traditional check to anarchical bright yellows that were found in Topman Design’s 70s-inspired collection.

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**Download on iPhone to experience a whole new way to read attitude on the go. To sync your purchases to our iPhone app just login to a Pocketmags account in-app on your primary device then login with the same details on the attitude iPhone app.** The Style Issue of Attitude features BBC Business presenter Ben Thompson on the cover, who talks about being gay on TV in our main interview and shoot. Inside, we chat to the legendary Cyndi Lauper about opening Kinky Boots in London, and musician Mykki Blanco opens up about breaking the stigma around HIV. This month is full of fashion, with spreads from Diesel, F&F and all the best watches on the market. There’s more TV too, in an interview with Andrew Haigh, director of Weekend and Looking, as well as Rebecca Root - the latest transgender actress to star on our screens. We also speak to the London man who was attacked with bleach in Vauxhall, and do a round up of our inaugural Pride Awards.