For fall, Marcia Patmos aimed to provide “luxe layers that you can wear in a million ways.” Ranging from lightweight cashmere sweaters to heavy-duty down puffers, most of Patmos’ cold-weather wear was built to be reversible and multipurpose, with detachable hoods or fur collars.

 

Military and surplus themes — consistent touchstones for the designer — were reflected here in Army green knits and utilitarian outerwear, but more notable was the season’s red and blue “British school boy”-inspired looks, seen in a cropped bomber jacket and patchwork rabbit-fur scarves. The collection also featured blanket ponchos and shawls made by weavers in Nepal, and fur accents throughout — as seen on a chunky white hand-knit cardigan — made these winter essentials a little more luxe.

By  on February 18, 2016

For fall, Marcia Patmos aimed to provide “luxe layers that you can wear in a million ways.” Ranging from lightweight cashmere sweaters to heavy-duty down puffers, most of Patmos’ cold-weather wear was built to be reversible and multipurpose, with detachable hoods or fur collars.

 

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