The designer’s staple offering was the loose-fitting tweed suit with roll-up pants — rakish professor meets hipster — but his relaxed approach to tailoring segued effortlessly through a collection that included woolen double-buttoned jackets, trenches and shearlings. It was all about the little details, too — shearling collars, felted patch pockets and panels. The latter was realized to full effect in the final look — a tweed suit constructed from horizontal panels in four different, muted colorways. “I do real clothing, that’s my thing, it’s not madly off the wall,” said the designer. Or maybe just a little bit. But in a good way.

The designer’s staple offering was the loose-fitting tweed suit with roll-up pants — rakish professor meets hipster — but his relaxed approach to tailoring segued effortlessly through a collection that included woolen double-buttoned jackets, trenches and shearlings. It was all about the little details, too — shearling collars, felted patch pockets and panels. The latter was realized to full effect in the final look — a tweed suit constructed from horizontal panels in four different, muted colorways. “I do real clothing, that’s my thing, it’s not madly off the wall,” said the designer. Or maybe just a little bit. But in a good way.

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