The French designer continued his quest for the ideal wardrobe with the addition of new materials like yak wool, which was used for items like an ultra-cozy polo neck sweater, and an oversized shawl hand-woven in Tibet, as part of Lemaire’s ongoing collaboration with ethical label Norlha.  He tempered his cherished Asian influences with military-inspired pieces, like a black double-breasted greatcoat worn over a more casual linen flannel suit.

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