Daniel Corrigan and Chelsea Hansford, who stepped into cocreative director roles in December, said their fall collection for Simon Miller was all about contrast. It was evident in the styling of the easy, considered men’s and women’s looks, which mixed earthy colors and natural fabrics to eclectic effect. The strongest men’s look, a quilted camel wool coat over off-white baby alpaca suiting, was a well-played example.

 

Basics were treated luxuriously, with T-shirts done in cashmere and a burgundy sweatsuit finished with a fringed pocket and flared pants. Elsewhere, patent leather jackets and hammered silk pajamalike wrap tops gave the casual collection a bit of shine. Red and yellow leather platform clogs and wedge sandals, the duo’s first foray into footwear, underscored the collection’s relaxed appeal.

By  on February 17, 2016

Daniel Corrigan and Chelsea Hansford, who stepped into cocreative director roles in December, said their fall collection for Simon Miller was all about contrast. It was evident in the styling of the easy, considered men’s and women’s looks, which mixed earthy colors and natural fabrics to eclectic effect. The strongest men’s look, a quilted camel wool coat over off-white baby alpaca suiting, was a well-played example.

 

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