Uman showcased a capsule collection inspired by the mariner jacket the house presented two years ago, incorporating new products such as sport pants, T-shirts and polos. Despite the leisurely mood, the pieces still had a sartorial elegance. Highlights included seamless, crew neck knits in Sea Island cotton; cotton gabardine Bermuda shorts; a blue cloth peacoat; summery neckties, and a Harrington jacket with wind pockets. An always-be-prepared “poncho tent” had a real sense of adventure. Made from a Swiss breathable and waterproof compact army cotton that was used in WWII, the garment was fitted with holes that can be rigged onto a boat structure to create a shelter. The presentation marked the launch of a Web site dedicated to the esoteric label’s concept:

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