Old-school themes in men’s wear – military, equestrian, British aristocracy – are invading hipster turf. Inspired by late British author and war hero Michael Burn, the New York designer mined the Forties, creating a quiet, classic collection with period touches and details. Fur-collared coats in fatigue shades were standouts. Two-button suits had more pronounced shoulders and roomier pants. Intentionally pilled cashmere sweaters and prints by New York graffiti artist Bast added some downtown quirk.

Old-school themes in men’s wear – military, equestrian, British aristocracy – are invading hipster turf. Inspired by late British author and war hero Michael Burn, the New York designer mined the Forties, creating a quiet, classic collection with period touches and details. Fur-collared coats in fatigue shades were standouts. Two-button suits had more pronounced shoulders and roomier pants. Intentionally pilled cashmere sweaters and prints by New York graffiti artist Bast added some downtown quirk.

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