In this more sober-than-usual outing, the house’s creative director Jonny Johansson sent out functional silhouettes in a muted palette of gray, navy, maroon and beige. Melding elements of work wear, tailoring and activewear, he paired a dark denim jacket with denim board shorts; cut biker jackets in a patchwork of leather and silk; and sent out candy-striped shirts and pants that recalled baseball uniforms. While the lineup was well crafted and commercial, it seemed to be missing youthful spunk.

In this more sober-than-usual outing, the house’s creative director Jonny Johansson sent out functional silhouettes in a muted palette of gray, navy, maroon and beige. Melding elements of work wear, tailoring and activewear, he paired a dark denim jacket with denim board shorts; cut biker jackets in a patchwork of leather and silk; and sent out candy-striped shirts and pants that recalled baseball uniforms. While the lineup was well crafted and commercial, it seemed to be missing youthful spunk.

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