A nonchalant, faded-aristo-meets-college-boy feel blew through this collection, Joseph’s fullest men’s wear offer so far, which was designed by Mark Thomas under the brand’s creative director Louise Trotter.

Ribbed knit tracksuits and drawstring leather or nylon track suit bottoms abounded, as did corduroy and gray flannel trousers — many without waistbands. They were paired with patchwork Fair Isle sweaters that looked like heirlooms lovingly mended over the years, while others were teamed with gray riding coats that looked as if they’d been found — in perfect condition — in grandpa’s stately dressing room. Outerwear included a reversible shearling duffle coat, a shearling bomber and a double-breasted wool-linen overcoat with a snug fit.

By  on January 11, 2015

A nonchalant, faded-aristo-meets-college-boy feel blew through this collection, Joseph’s fullest men’s wear offer so far, which was designed by Mark Thomas under the brand’s creative director Louise Trotter.

Ribbed knit tracksuits and drawstring leather or nylon track suit bottoms abounded, as did corduroy and gray flannel trousers — many without waistbands. They were paired with patchwork Fair Isle sweaters that looked like heirlooms lovingly mended over the years, while others were teamed with gray riding coats that looked as if they’d been found — in perfect condition — in grandpa’s stately dressing room. Outerwear included a reversible shearling duffle coat, a shearling bomber and a double-breasted wool-linen overcoat with a snug fit.

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