LONDON (AP) -- It's easy to seem sedate when you're following Vivienne Westwood, the anarchic grand dame of British fashion.

But by any measure designer Betty Jackson sounded a decidedly downbeat note with her autumn/winter range Sunday at London Fashion Week.

The designer's sober creations focused on comfort and on-the-go style over the pizazz of Westwood's show the night before.

Jackson's color palette included earth tones, natural browns, and rust. Green shawls were thrown in with black ruffled gowns.

Volumizing rug-like fabrics were paired with light watercolored silk prints, furthering the organic feel.