This collection was an exercise in reworking house classics. For its Replica line, which reproduces vintage garments, the brand chose camel hair, lending a grown-up, sartorial elegance to everything from a classic overcoat to a peacoat. The rest of the collection played a little looser, including for evening. Enter a black satin tuxedo jacket paired with drawstring pants, which were as relaxed as the ribbed cardigans for day. Tongue-in-cheek transformable clothes included a biker suit that unzipped into separate trousers, a vest or a jacket.

This collection was an exercise in reworking house classics. For its Replica line, which reproduces vintage garments, the brand chose camel hair, lending a grown-up, sartorial elegance to everything from a classic overcoat to a peacoat. The rest of the collection played a little looser, including for evening. Enter a black satin tuxedo jacket paired with drawstring pants, which were as relaxed as the ribbed cardigans for day. Tongue-in-cheek transformable clothes included a biker suit that unzipped into separate trousers, a vest or a jacket.

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