Giles Deacon described his Fay collection as logical nonchalance, saying that “clothes today need to have a purpose.” That translated into functional outerwear such as an olive silk printed puffer with dégradé panels; fur-trimmed capes in sage green waxed cotton worn over matching parkas, and puffy-pocketed blazers in quilted black nylon.

 

Giles Deacon described his Fay collection as logical nonchalance, saying that “clothes today need to have a purpose.” That translated into functional outerwear such as an olive silk printed puffer with dégradé panels; fur-trimmed capes in sage green waxed cotton worn over matching parkas, and puffy-pocketed blazers in quilted black nylon.

 

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