Filmmaker Wes Anderson’s quirky style, exemplified by his 2007 film “The Darjeeling Limited,” inspired the collection, evident in the spice shades and references to colonial and military dress, seen in safari jackets and officer shirts. Jacobs loosened up the tailoring for spring, with roomier pants, some with drawstring waists. Neon piping, flashes of lamé and graffiti-like prints by New York artist Bast provide the downtown edge.

Filmmaker Wes Anderson’s quirky style, exemplified by his 2007 film “The Darjeeling Limited,” inspired the collection, evident in the spice shades and references to colonial and military dress, seen in safari jackets and officer shirts. Jacobs loosened up the tailoring for spring, with roomier pants, some with drawstring waists. Neon piping, flashes of lamé and graffiti-like prints by New York artist Bast provide the downtown edge.

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