Starting with whites and creams, the models look set for the arctic in fur trimmed parkas which came in two sizes: oversized and cropped to the waist.
Both were worn with thick knits, and baggy pleated trousers tucked into chunky hiking boots.
The boiled wool pea coat also got the chop with the statement cropped length.
Oversized leather rucksacks completed the explorer look with leather hip flask, i-pad and compass holders.
The young explorer trekked on to the Himalayas where the prints on longer length pea coats were inspired by Tibetan designs.
Then onwards down the spice trail, colours began to heat up with top to toe blazing orange.
The outerwear still remained warm and cosy with parkas, turtle necks and cropped pea coats but the sturdy hiking boot was replaced by the softer relaxed sandal (still worn with thick hiking socks.)
The spicy hot orange makes way to deeper red tones of claret, garnet and ox blood.
The style for suits is double breasted in cool white, cream, deep wine and the more classic navy.
And if the statement pieces of cropped parkas and pea coats are not to your taste, there is the more conventional length coat looking dapper with a large fur collar.
Topman Design is a directional premium collection which is stocked online at topman.com, and the London Oxford Circus and New York Flagships
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