The collection centers around the rich surrealist and iconic world of British painter and writer Leonora Carington, and the provocative, soft, and initmate style in which American photographer David Armstrong portrayed his subjects.
Key colors of the season are scarlet red, dark oatmeal, dark grey, chocolate, ivory, light blue denim, metallic red and gold. The focal point of the collection is shape and subverting the conventional codes of the men's wardrobe.
Topcoats are cut as drawn-out smoking jackets in structured wool silk cady and liquid silk velvet, tailored with an elongated silhouette and wide soft shoulders, paired with matching smoking trousers. A hooded bomber jacket over a chore shirt cut in rich wool and cashmere in a technique replicating fur features an exaggerated proportion. Knitwear is crafted in either brushed cashmere with an ombre fringe effect replicating fur or in a fine and chunky cashmere irregularly textured yarn handknit by artisans Manos del Uruguay. Cashmere knit sweaters designed to give a 3-dimensional effect using cables, diamonds and seed stitches.
Double breasted blazers are tailored in an elongated silhouette with wide round shoulders cut in a soft herringbone cashmere wool. These are paired with classic button down shirt in highest quality sea island cotton poplin sustainably grown and ethically sourced from tropical rainforest, and five-pocket jeans with a full leg crafted in Japanese recycled cotton linen denim. Outerwear appears in signature fabrications of double face recycled cashmere and eco cashmere boucle. To break up the classic tones of tailoring, five-pocket straight leg jeans in gold or red metallic leather are shown worn with cashmere silk scarves. Button down three-piece collar shirts in liquid silk velvet are left unbuttoned and cut to trace the silhouette of the torso.