“I wanted to take all the volume of fall and collapse it,” said Neil Barrett, during his spring presentation. The shapes and proportions of the tight lineup were big, but the fabrics were light and aerated in silk crepe de chine tailored par excellence on tuxedo jackets and fluid pants with “broken” stripes down the side — a new take on the tux pant. With the exception of a few mineral green and purple styles, the collection was all black and white, which gave a clean graphic intensity to the look.

“I wanted to take all the volume of fall and collapse it,” said Neil Barrett, during his spring presentation. The shapes and proportions of the tight lineup were big, but the fabrics were light and aerated in silk crepe de chine tailored par excellence on tuxedo jackets and fluid pants with “broken” stripes down the side — a new take on the tux pant. With the exception of a few mineral green and purple styles, the collection was all black and white, which gave a clean graphic intensity to the look.

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