A Sixties feel was infused into the first Daks coed runway show.

Creative director Filippo Scuffi crafted classic British suiting fabrics for a wide range of suits and separates worked in a variety of patterns, spanning from checks to houndstooth and stripes, all rendered in a color palette that included bold tones of purple and orange. The men’s range also included cozy sweaters with a tactile feel and velvet numbers, such as elegant evening blazers.

The same retro look defined the women’s lineup, which featured mannish fabrics worked into A-line coats, pleated skirts and dresses layered under blazers. Exalting the lineup’s romantic attitude, flowers were printed on jackets, silk frocks were worn with fur collars and a velvet three-piece suit closed the show.

By  on January 14, 2018

A Sixties feel was infused into the first Daks coed runway show.Creative director Filippo Scuffi crafted classic British suiting fabrics for a wide range of suits and separates worked in a variety of patterns, spanning from checks to houndstooth and stripes, all rendered in a color palette that included bold tones of purple and orange. The men’s range also included cozy sweaters with a tactile feel and velvet numbers, such as elegant evening blazers.The same retro look defined the women’s lineup, which featured mannish fabrics worked into A-line coats, pleated skirts and dresses layered under blazers. Exalting the lineup’s romantic attitude, flowers were printed on jackets, silk frocks were worn with fur collars and a velvet three-piece suit closed the show.

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