Lady-like luxe was the order of the day for Jaeger's SS12 show which meant sophistication in abundance. Think elegant women and day at the races style.

First fashion comments have to be about the hats; structured, wide brimmed and flat - this season's seventies floppy but more. Complementing these, suits were made interesting with triangular cut outs and as always with Jaeger, there was a definite air of heritage about the collection. Colours span from mustard tones, rusts and camel right through to sharp monochrome and ice greys. There was a clear focus on texture; cuts outs made way for lace and mesh effects but remained on the right side of conservative. In terms of shape, midi lengths and high collars dominated the runway. The look was complete with soft side parted ponytails and warm makeup.

Stuart Stockdale, Design Director at Jaeger London said his main inspirations for the collection were "The glamour of 1960s/1970s travel, 1970s Jaeger advertising campaigns and colour, detail and texture," which are clear to see in his SS12 offering. You can check out the show for yourself in the video above.