Returning to the runway to celebrate Nautica’s 30th anniversary, creative director Chris Cox delivered a strong and well-edited effort. Form-fitting merino wool sweaters worn with softly constructed sport jackets over nylon leggings proved that, while the Nautica man may not be the newest kid in town, he definitely has a confident, sexy attitude. Traditional brand staples such as parkas were reinvented in sleeker silhouettes, giving a more upscale feel with fur trim and wool paneling, while fisherman sweaters were statement pieces and offered in a subtle color palette.

Returning to the runway to celebrate Nautica’s 30th anniversary, creative director Chris Cox delivered a strong and well-edited effort. Form-fitting merino wool sweaters worn with softly constructed sport jackets over nylon leggings proved that, while the Nautica man may not be the newest kid in town, he definitely has a confident, sexy attitude. Traditional brand staples such as parkas were reinvented in sleeker silhouettes, giving a more upscale feel with fur trim and wool paneling, while fisherman sweaters were statement pieces and offered in a subtle color palette.

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