Joanna Sykes’ first collection as design director introduced a more directional edge into the label’s limited line: leanly tailored suits with structured shoulders and wider lapels. “We’ve given suiting a British feel,” said Sykes, who employed Savile Row techniques.

 

For the brand’s London collection, knitwear and performance categories have been expanded. Standout pieces included heavy gauge salt-and pepper sweaters, double-layer jackets with waterproof shells and jersey separates with a tweed-like appearance.

Joanna Sykes’ first collection as design director introduced a more directional edge into the label’s limited line: leanly tailored suits with structured shoulders and wider lapels. “We’ve given suiting a British feel,” said Sykes, who employed Savile Row techniques.

 

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