Apologies for banging on about this but polo necks are having quite the fashion moment. So much so that every London fashion week designer, so far, has shown at least one, while every front row has been full of editors whose necks are elegantly covered. The next logical step? Polo necks 2.0 – designers taking the shape and moving it on. At Sibling that meant Barbie pink and tangerine dresses in wool and PVC. At Emilia Wickstead it was funnel neck frocks. At Eudon Choi there were white shirts with high necked collars. Even at Julien Macdonald – a designer best known for creating form-fitting, glamorous dresses beloved by Millie Mackintosh and The Saturdays – there were glittering zip-up tops that looked like pimped fleeces. So next autumn/winter, it seems, will be no time to stick your neck out.