Mark Thomas, the new head men’s wear designer at Joseph, gave Fifties wardrobe classics a fresh spin. He reproduced the white T-shirt in glove leather, cutting it kimono style for a seamless finish at the shoulder, and reworked the polo shirt in a double knit resembling Aertex fabric. His range also took in Harrington-style jackets and bombers, cable knits and voluminous pleated trousers in a palette of coral, navy, khaki and ecru.

Mark Thomas, the new head men’s wear designer at Joseph, gave Fifties wardrobe classics a fresh spin. He reproduced the white T-shirt in glove leather, cutting it kimono style for a seamless finish at the shoulder, and reworked the polo shirt in a double knit resembling Aertex fabric. His range also took in Harrington-style jackets and bombers, cable knits and voluminous pleated trousers in a palette of coral, navy, khaki and ecru.

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