Knit on knit on knit. Jeremy Hackett put the shirt on hold this season, and opted for a panoply of knitwear — layered under tailored clothing — instead. In some cases, he laid the knits on thick — as in a purple turtleneck under a blue V-neck — worn with suits that came in a variety of checks and plaids. Models wore woolly fisherman’s caps with their checked overcoats, while one tossed a cream sweater over a matching jacket.

The color palette ranged from raspberry to bright blue to olive, and models carried every variety of leather or cloth-covered accessory. It’s a new category for the brand, and one which has its own space upstairs in the new Hackett flagship on Regent Street.

Knit on knit on knit. Jeremy Hackett put the shirt on hold this season, and opted for a panoply of knitwear — layered under tailored clothing — instead. In some cases, he laid the knits on thick — as in a purple turtleneck under a blue V-neck — worn with suits that came in a variety of checks and plaids. Models wore woolly fisherman’s caps with their checked overcoats, while one tossed a cream sweater over a matching jacket.

The color palette ranged from raspberry to bright blue to olive, and models carried every variety of leather or cloth-covered accessory. It’s a new category for the brand, and one which has its own space upstairs in the new Hackett flagship on Regent Street.

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