Neil Barrett took his masculine-feminine game to a new extreme with this collection — a spin on the men’s line he presented in January. Thus there were few surprises in the Bauhaus-inspired geometry lesson, which bonded fabrics including leather, ponyskin, razor-cut mink and casentino wool, creating texture amid the stark palette of black, white, tobacco and navy.

The lines were sporty, with wide drop-shoulder sweatshirts and chevron leather-quilted bomber jackets coupled with short skirts or slim pants. A few additional tailored pieces were worked in a diagonally woven black-and-white jacquard wool, introducing a slightly more feminine spirit.

Neil Barrett took his masculine-feminine game to a new extreme with this collection — a spin on the men’s line he presented in January. Thus there were few surprises in the Bauhaus-inspired geometry lesson, which bonded fabrics including leather, ponyskin, razor-cut mink and casentino wool, creating texture amid the stark palette of black, white, tobacco and navy.


The lines were sporty, with wide drop-shoulder sweatshirts and chevron leather-quilted bomber jackets coupled with short skirts or slim pants. A few additional tailored pieces were worked in a diagonally woven black-and-white jacquard wool, introducing a slightly more feminine spirit.

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