Frederik Dyhr, head of men’s wear design, took Belstaff back to its roots with a focus on biker chic. Black denim played a starring role, and came in the form of biker pants, some of which were dotted with studs, and degrade shirt jackets with leather sleeves. Leather jackets were customized and embellished with patches and pins, as was the brand’s Trialmaster four-pocket jacket, which came in coated cotton for warmer climes.
Dyhr also looked to Sixties youth — and specifically the rockers and motorbike lovers that made Belstaff a cult to begin with — for inspiration, dressing models in bandana print cotton shirts, jackets and scarves. Leather accessories were customized much like the jackets, with vintage patches and pins adorning pieces such as backpacks.