Adrien Sauvage is known for his ultra-lean silhouettes, and this season he took his cues from Mods and punks. He gave the looks a jolt by adding vibrant colors and botanical prints, drawing on his Ghanaian heritage.

One slim, single-breasted suit was done in tomato red and worn over a navy and green leaf-print shirt, while a deep yellow, Sixties-esque single-breasted coat was worn with slim, pleat-front olive green pants.

The designer mixed up his tailored pieces with a clutch of youthful, laid-back designs: a bomber jacket in olive green, sweatshirts bearing images of Congolese stamps; and a zippered biker jacket done in a deep green leaf print.

Adrien Sauvage is known for his ultra-lean silhouettes, and this season he took his cues from Mods and punks. He gave the looks a jolt by adding vibrant colors and botanical prints, drawing on his Ghanaian heritage.

One slim, single-breasted suit was done in tomato red and worn over a navy and green leaf-print shirt, while a deep yellow, Sixties-esque single-breasted coat was worn with slim, pleat-front olive green pants.

The designer mixed up his tailored pieces with a clutch of youthful, laid-back designs: a bomber jacket in olive green, sweatshirts bearing images of Congolese stamps; and a zippered biker jacket done in a deep green leaf print.

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