A looser, easier silhouette took shape this season, bringing to mind the dandy style of Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto in the Eighties. Long, boxy coats had kimono-sleeve construction, some in unlined silk seersucker fabric. Roomy too were long shorts and an elongated tailored jacket. It was a confident new step for the brand into the men’s arena. Artsy touches included optical motifs on T-shirts, a tropical flower print and vibrant Tamara de Lempicka colors to enliven the stark black, white and gray.

A looser, easier silhouette took shape this season, bringing to mind the dandy style of Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto in the Eighties. Long, boxy coats had kimono-sleeve construction, some in unlined silk seersucker fabric. Roomy too were long shorts and an elongated tailored jacket. It was a confident new step for the brand into the men’s arena. Artsy touches included optical motifs on T-shirts, a tropical flower print and vibrant Tamara de Lempicka colors to enliven the stark black, white and gray.

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