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.

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.

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