Please welcome tailored wardrobe basics in the latest Protagonist Autumn-Winter Ready To Wear women's collection. Label's designer Kate Wendelborn was inspired by the Italian modern art movement of the late Sixties, called Arte Povera, as well as by landscape of the Utah desert. You are going to find here wool jacquard outerwear, crisp cotton shirts, chunky knits, wrap cover-ups, languid silk dresses, double-faces wool suits, slightly cuffed light and medium-washed jeans, etc. Everything looks very deliberate, crafted, chic, modern and ladylike.
That's a fabulous black colored collarless one-buttoned coat. Looks quite minimalistic to me.
Here we see a mannish silhouette grey colored double-breasted ankle-length cover-up.
That's a perfect black colored outfit for working hours. Just add a blouse underneath that tailored vest.
Here we see a V-neck wrap belted coat in a relaxed fit.
How about wearing a collarless paneled coat in cognac-colored leather in your everyday life.
Another simple, but very work appropriate skirt-suit.
This skirtsuit has a mannish fit, but still it looks wearable and comfy.
If you want yourself something eye-catching and printed, then go for this checkerboard white and navy coat styled with cool jeans.
Another light beige colored wrap coat cinched at the waist with a blush belt and styled with slim-fit blue jeans.