Having spent a large part of his career in France, Marcus Constable infused his collection with a spirit of Gallic nonchalance. Models, with just-out-of-bed hair, stepped out in brogues and striped dresses reminiscent of Breton fishermens’ shirts. Constable stitched lapels and other bits of men’s tailoring on to his dresses, sometimes yielding a clunky faux pas.

Having spent a large part of his career in France, Marcus Constable infused his collection with a spirit of Gallic nonchalance. Models, with just-out-of-bed hair, stepped out in brogues and striped dresses reminiscent of Breton fishermens’ shirts. Constable stitched lapels and other bits of men’s tailoring on to his dresses, sometimes yielding a clunky faux pas.

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