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In his third men’s collection for the house, Roland Mouret worked a town and country theme, updating classic styles and giving them some heavy-soled modern clout.


An unpolished leather, deployed in styles like a fringed brogue or monk strapped number, appeared black but was intended to develop a patina over time, revealing itself to be in fact dark brown, deep green or blue, giving an Eighties feel.


Knee high boots were a hybrid of equestrian and biker, and a black leather rubber-soled clog even made an appearance, while classic wool tweeds adorned loafers and sneakers.

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