The Scottish brand remained faithful to its roots in protective outerwear and filled its fall collection with Army references. Highlights included an oversize cape in a rich green hue, inspired by silhouettes from the Second World War, and a full-length coat with a storm flap — an ode to a military biker jacket.
Coats were done in a palette of camel, Bordeaux, bottle green and light navy, while the label also developed a chalk-white version of its signature rubberized cotton raincoat, spiked with black buttons and cuffs.
The brand also debuted a capsule range made from Japanese denim that included a jacket, jeans and button-down shirt. “We’re Japanese-owned, and we wanted to inject a bit of Japan into the company,” said global brand manager Sophie Wright. “We want to have a more modern customer as well as our more classic one and we feel that the denim really reaches out to them.”