Designed by the brand’s men’s studio, the collection was an ode to Dandyism — and a dalliance between formalwear and functional outerwear. Silhouettes hinged on oppositions of fit: voluminous, rounded coats in lacquered wool or distressed canvas parkas over lean trousers, or, conversely, more fitted jackets with large, cropped pants. The mix of riding coats, parkas, cropped peacoats and hooded duffle coats with sharp and lean two- or three-button suits and minimalist ankle boots added up to a luxury take on the Mod silhouette.

Designed by the brand’s men’s studio, the collection was an ode to Dandyism — and a dalliance between formalwear and functional outerwear. Silhouettes hinged on oppositions of fit: voluminous, rounded coats in lacquered wool or distressed canvas parkas over lean trousers, or, conversely, more fitted jackets with large, cropped pants. The mix of riding coats, parkas, cropped peacoats and hooded duffle coats with sharp and lean two- or three-button suits and minimalist ankle boots added up to a luxury take on the Mod silhouette.

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