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.

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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