Marks and Spencer's fashion collections have left a lot to be desired over the past few seasons. There has been little that I would buy (apart from one plain black shift dress that was bought for me) as everything has been rather dull and shapeless. There is now a new style director Belinda Earl who was responsible for introducing the fabulous Designers at Debenhams range. By the looks of the Autumn/Winter collection she is already making her mark. According to The Daily Telegraph website Belinda says: "We've listened to so much customer feedback and the number one complaint has been quality." So it appears she has addressed that along with all the other complaints about cut, colour and suitability for women who would shop in M&S if they could find anything that didn't make them feel, well, middle-aged. I like what I see and am lucky that I work near the West End as I know I will find things in store. The next battle they need to address is availability in towns up and down the country - so if you can't find what you want you should complain to head office, Belinda is listening.