Apr 20, 2018 | By Emma Griffin
Breaking free of the last few seasons of quiet luxury, Tomas Maier sent a 50s rockabilly down a sophisticated, urbane road for F/W 10. With models sporting pompadour hair styles and bolo ties, as well as many wearing cuffed jeans with rubber-soled “creepers”, the collection seemed to herald a season that will merge iconic looks of the 20th Century with directional elements of contemporary menswear. Active-influenced jackets made up in technical fabrics were shown with tapered knit pants. An inky blue and charcoal palette was warmed up with rich jewel tones like emerald and amethyst. The double-breasted silhouette was key to the collection, and Maier’s knack for making casual look polished triumphed again.
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