Attack of the giants (Versace pictured) If there was one piece that ruled supreme it was the car coat. In every city you couldn't miss the variations on the shape – ankle-length, wide-lapelled and single-breasted with sloping shoulders and waist-level front buttons. And you couldn't miss them because they were all, well, enormous. The giant car coat came in super soft cashmere silk at Ermenegildo Zegna, in Magritte-esque cloud print at Kenzo, was worn with shorts and a fat tie at Versace, and with nothing underneath, flasher-style, at JW Anderson's androgynous show in London. “Best in show” goes to Lanvin, which delivered a beautiful car coat with a vintage silhouette and zipped pockets in a collection driven by oversized proportions and relaxed tailoring.