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Having recently launched a men's capsule collection, the designer showed crossover versions adapted to the…
Still under the influence of a beachside vacation in Greece, the designer used 50 shades of blue in his…
Puff sleeves, leg-of-mutton arms and dropped armholes were just some of the designer's hot-weather hacks.
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The collection was grounded in masculine staples like trouser suits, trenchcoats and striped shirting, some…
The designer tapped masculine influences with oversized coats, extralarge shirts and flowing pants.
The designer introduced a softer, less structured direction with a stronger focus on separates.
The lineup favored quality updates of classics over a wardrobe revolution.
It was refreshing to see Martin Grant tap into statement color for fall.
Martin Grant went monochromatic for spring, showing tasteful tailored dresses, cigarette pants, trenchcoats…
This season Grant brought a whiff of wildness to his collection via touches of Mongolian wool.
The designer doesn’t operate in seismic shifts, instead turning out variations on elegant wardrobe staples…
Martin Grant’s understated esthetic took a turn toward retro elegance for fall.
Martin Grant merged Thirties swimwear with Russian ballet influences in his spring collection.
The designer stuck to his classical aesthetic with this tightly controlled display for fall.
The designer’s flawlessly tailored coatdresses and belted taffeta jackets oozed old-world glamour.
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