Sam Adegoke combined the nomadic lifestyle of Africa’s Fulani tribe with the rugged uniform worn by motorcyclists for his Wayward collection. Using a dusty palette of khaki, black, cream, gray and rust, he offered moto jackets, vests, long-sleeve T-shirts and slim trousers, all in leather. There were also coated jeans, car coats and shrunken blazers, and, for the more adventurous dresser, Adegoke tweaked overalls by cutting them close to the body and removing one of the straps.
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