Belstaff

NEW TERRAIN London: Injected with fresh energy due to Creative Director Martin Cooper recently coming aboard to helm its creative stable, heritaged British outerwear …


NEW TERRAIN London: Injected with fresh energy due to Creative Director Martin Cooper recently coming aboard to helm its creative stable, heritaged British outerwear brand Belstaff explored a new take on the classic Safari palette for C/R 13. Somewhere near the intersection of concept-modernity, and utilitarian-performance this collection made a confident statement about updated takes on their classic motocross outerwear. In a clever use of their brand lexicon a signature double-prong, roller-bar buckle made its way onto smart shirt dresses, offering up a chic travel staple while simultaneously homaging YSL’s iconic safari tunic. —Kibwe Chase-Marshall

Silhouette:  Lean / Pegged / A-line / Straight / Cropped

Color: Khaki / Sand / Vicuna / Ivory / Silt / Taupe / Black / Tumeric

Key Items:  Leather short / Detailed trench coat / Self-belted jacket / Silk shirtdress

Materials: Heavy-wgt. Stretch cotton poplin / Plonge leather / Cotton canvas / Silk crepe de Chine / Wool gabardine / Silk georgette

Print + Pattern: Nail-head polka dot / Geo jacquard / Diamond grid

Details + Trim: Leather binding / Satin panel inset / Belted band-collar / Body map knit paneling / Self stock-tie / Snap closure

Accessories + Footwear: T-strap heeled sandal / Spectator pump / Spectator bowling satchel / Woven hobo bag / Belted clutch

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