For its runway debut, this five-year-old label promised an atmosphere à la Saint Germain — and duly delivered. Looks ranged from elegant sheepskin parkas to generous knitwear done in baby alpaca and camel hair wool.

The quiet, masculine clothes had an artsy vibe via a print designed in homage to Willem de Kooning’s chaotic brush stroke, which worked particularly well on a cotton shirt paired with a city-smart two-piece suit in rusty orange.

For its runway debut, this five-year-old label promised an atmosphere à la Saint Germain — and duly delivered. Looks ranged from elegant sheepskin parkas to generous knitwear done in baby alpaca and camel hair wool.

The quiet, masculine clothes had an artsy vibe via a print designed in homage to Willem de Kooning’s chaotic brush stroke, which worked particularly well on a cotton shirt paired with a city-smart two-piece suit in rusty orange.

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