Yigal Azrouël’s collection for fall veers to a casual and relaxed feeling, while retaining his signature aesthetic. The premise was that each piece could be mixed and matched. His inspiration was photographers Misha de Ridder and Marco Walker, whose work captures landscapes and translates them into beautiful and modern images. So it was no surprise that the collection’s color palette sported an abundance of forest green, vibrant burgundy and dark blue. His signature textured knits were present but Fair Isle’s dominated. The outerwear pieces were key, ranging from racing jackets to peacoats, focusing on military details, deconstructed, reversible functionality, removable linings, layered linings, quilted contrasting sleeves and leather trims on the pockets, sleeves and collars.
This story first appeared in the February 2, 2012 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.