Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren’s chic, easy tailoring took its cues from India’s colors and embellishments. But rather than stepping into the pastiche territory of some of their past collections, this time the duo mined their theme with a lighter touch. Cool suits sandy brown or marble gray had Jodhpur style, carrot-shaped pants, while there were flashes of silver in metallic ties or mirrored appliques on a black tuxedo’s lapel. An artisanal take on herringbone fabric was another of the collection’s leitmotifs: The pattern was done in haphazard, copper-colored stitches on a peach suit, and hand-stitched in coarse cream thread on tailored navy shorts.

Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren’s chic, easy tailoring took its cues from India’s colors and embellishments. But rather than stepping into the pastiche territory of some of their past collections, this time the duo mined their theme with a lighter touch. Cool suits sandy brown or marble gray had Jodhpur style, carrot-shaped pants, while there were flashes of silver in metallic ties or mirrored appliques on a black tuxedo’s lapel. An artisanal take on herringbone fabric was another of the collection’s leitmotifs: The pattern was done in haphazard, copper-colored stitches on a peach suit, and hand-stitched in coarse cream thread on tailored navy shorts.

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