There wasn’t a single matching look in Clive Darby’s latest collection for Rake, which was inspired by Gunter Sachs’ Pop Art collection and the bold colors of his Saint Moritz apartment. The sophisticated palette of navy, gray, khaki, russet, tobacco and mushroom was put to use in fine cashmere knits, turtlenecks, flight jackets, slim — but not skinny — trousers and honeycomb knitted ties. A soft mauve blazer in a wide-wale “elephant” cord was temptingly tactile. Eveningwear offered up pops of brighter colors — including teal, orange and apple green — for silk twill trousers, one of which was teamed with a smoking jacket in washed-out velvet.

There wasn’t a single matching look in Clive Darby’s latest collection for Rake, which was inspired by Gunter Sachs’ Pop Art collection and the bold colors of his Saint Moritz apartment. The sophisticated palette of navy, gray, khaki, russet, tobacco and mushroom was put to use in fine cashmere knits, turtlenecks, flight jackets, slim — but not skinny — trousers and honeycomb knitted ties. A soft mauve blazer in a wide-wale “elephant” cord was temptingly tactile. Eveningwear offered up pops of brighter colors — including teal, orange and apple green — for silk twill trousers, one of which was teamed with a smoking jacket in washed-out velvet.

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