David Keyte brought the charm and cheekiness of the Nottingham Goose Fair to his presentation, animating it with neon signs and popcorn stands.

 

“There was always these fantastic characters there that always looked kind of bohemian and punky,” Keyte told WWD. “It was an interesting lifestyle and that memory just stirred in me and I wanted to re-create that in clothing.”

 

Universal Works continued its ethos of relaxed, simple garments, with electric blue hues adding zing to the usual dark palette of olive, navy and black.

 

Sweaters, cotton sweatshirts and cozy cardigans were layered under long wool overcoats and lightweight jackets. The collection also included utilitarian pockets, classic button-down shirts and cotton logo tops and knitted hats.

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