WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— June 15, 2015
Patrick Grant is definitely of the leisure-minded school, recalling the optimism of Britain in the early Fifties, when holiday camps sprouted and the gravity-defying Skylon tower in London symbolized a buoyant economy.
For E. Tautz’s third women’s wear outing, designer Patrick Grant looked to his men’s collection, describing the lineup as the “little sister.
— February 25, 2015
Patrick Grant called his E.Tautz show “Terry Street,” after Scottish poet Douglas Dunn’s late Sixties collection of poems.
— January 12, 2015
For his debut E. Tautz women’s wear collection, Patrick Grant worked a maritime palette of navy and white inspired by Fifties naval uniforms.
— September 14, 2014
Patrick Grant employed luxurious tailoring fabrics to create boyish sportswear, yielding one of the most compelling collections to date.
— June 17, 2014
WWD went behind the scenes at the fall show.
— January 8, 2014
A gentleman’s decline and fall – as charted in Hogarth’s “A Rake’s Progress,” – was Patrick Grant’s starting point for fall.
There was many a culture and nature reference at play in Patrick Grant’s show.
— June 18, 2013
Patrick Grant’s muse for the collection was Scotland.
— January 9, 2013