Designer Daniel Kearns took inspiration from French poet and dandy Jean Cocteau, who lived on the French Riviera, where Façonnable is based. Shirt jackets, the brand’s signature, came in long and short-sleeved versions, playing with the idea of comfort without compromising elegance.

Knit and perforated leather cardigans were useful for plenty of occasions, while double-breasted suit jackets with musketeer cuffs had a whiff of Fifties retro-chic, as they were matched with tapered trousers from a light cotton mix that resists creasing.

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus