David Sarfati keeps growing his workwear-tinged male wardrobe in an organic fashion. For this, 13 Bonaparte’s 11th season, the designer injected novelty in numerous ways while keeping true to his philosophy that all of his label’s pieces can be mixed and matched, and remain anchored to a permanent, seasonless catalogue that is available year-round.

For this versatile collection, Sarfati created trousers with big pleats in poplin; introduced stripes in wafer-thin linen fabric and a grenadine hue, and fashioned wider, longer shorts.

In tandem with the opening of 13 Bonaparte’s Los Angeles boutique in August, the brand will launch a dedicated site for e-commerce in the U.S. Category-wise, after branching out in denim and women’s wear, kids’ clothes are on the horizon, even as early as next year, Sarfati revealed.

See More From the Men’s 2018 Collections:

Valentino Men’s Spring 2018: Pierpaolo Piccioli’s casual lineup was all about self-expression.

Y/Project Men’s Spring 2018: The collection was more merch-friendly without losing any of the edge.

Cédric Charlier Men’s Spring 2018: Called “Playtime,” the starting point for the coed collection was a sculpture by Todd Knopke.

Balenciaga Men’s Spring 2018: Demna Gvasalia’s collection was an ode to Sunday in the park with Dad

Jil Sander Men’s Spring and Resort 2018: Lucie and Luke Meier debuted at Jil Sander with a women’s and a men’s collections, which offered a fresh, new take on the signature rigorous elegance of the brand. 

Fausto Puglisi Men’s Spring 2018: Urban, baggy silhouettes met references to the Ancient Greek and Roman cultures in this capsule collection.