For his second men’s collection at the Spanish house, Stuart Vevers swept away any lingering macho elements and kept the focus on high luxury and subtle sex appeal. A range of unusual fabrics, from overprinted Orylag to yak knits, added richness to Vevers’ confident and uncluttered silhouettes. Outerwear was strong, especially the soft-shouldered “dressing gown” coat and a classic trench with a detachable gray flannel lining. Pants come either cropped – a nod to the house’s equestrian roots – or in a wider “louche” cut.

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus