While the brand’s menswear designer Lucas Ossendrijver claims that there is no elaborate concept behind this season’s collection, the concept in itself does broaden the horizon even more as he garnered inspiration from the outside world and everyday life, for a collection of simplified luxury and reworked emblems of the male wardrobe. The poetry of an unexpected detail, the subtlety of a shift, the humility of a fabric: close-fitting suits with pleats-like graphic imprints on the sleeves; chino pants in a patchwork of fabrics or cotton of uneven hand-dyed colour gradient; and leather patches laminated with insets of wool and cotton on a coat.
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