This Brit and Dutch duo showcased their classic cuts of AW12 menswear as a part of the Vauxhall Fashion Scout of new and upcoming designers this afternoon.
Taking a retro inspiration, the range focuses on late 1970’s British Menswear and cinema. A great deal of influence emerged from the iconic Cadbury Milktray man, creating a fun, romantic and adventurous feel to the collection.
Keeping it contemporary, jackets were a fresh, simple cut yet finished with luxurious fabric detailing such as arctic fox fur trims. Layers were a common occurrence, building extravagantly rich cashmere knitwear under a number of outerwear items.
A noticeable trend was the introduction of Puffa coats with a difference-using the blend of the classic design alongside quirky additions such as gold zip lined pockets and middles. Soft dusky grey blazers paired with printed silk scarves were also standout looks.
Referring to sky and aquatic influences, shades were exotically deep blues, icey greys and rich blacks. All in all, a collection of detailed items combining classic shapes with contemporary twists for the stylish modern man.