Jeremy Hackett was in a literary mood, pulling his inspirations straight from the pages of “The Great Gatsby” and “Brideshead Revisited.” The designer effortlessly blended tailored and sporty looks, turning out natty seersucker suits in brown or blue, and a linen one in dusty rose, worn with a cropped waistcoat. He closed the show with a lineup of men in bowler hats and tailored suits in heritage fabrics — and it worked a treat. An odd footnote to this collection were the more casual, hippies-in-Goa bottoms, including paisley trousers, baggy shorts, and faded cotton trousers.

Jeremy Hackett was in a literary mood, pulling his inspirations straight from the pages of "The Great Gatsby" and "Brideshead Revisited." The designer effortlessly blended tailored and sporty looks, turning out natty seersucker suits in brown or blue, and a linen one in dusty rose, worn with a cropped waistcoat. He closed the show with a lineup of men in bowler hats and tailored suits in heritage fabrics — and it worked a treat. An odd footnote to this collection were the more casual, hippies-in-Goa bottoms, including paisley trousers, baggy shorts, and faded cotton trousers.

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