The British brand made its debut at New York Fashion Week with a well-executed collection of urban daywear staples.
Balancing construction and fluidity, creative director Wil Beedle paired a strong, well-cut leather biker jacket with an elongated white shirt and silk baggy shorts for a tomboy look, while a pretty sleeveless bonded leather mackintosh coat was worn over a comfortable cotton and silk top matched with black and white floral printed shorts.
The lineup also included an elegant color-blocked draped silk dress, along with clean white leather shorts worn with a long, feminine transparent shirt showing a floral pattern.
In keeping with the women’s range, the men’s collection was filled with urban wardrobe basics such as a boxy cotton biker jacket paired with a loose white T-shirt and slouchy pants, as well as a suede zippered bomber with military-inspired details. Beedle also designed a skinny-lapel slim cotton coat featuring a British Teddy Boy look, a relaxed-fit trench in military green, and mixed two cotton Hawaiian prints in a short-sleeve shirt.