Duckie Brown

New York: Steven Cox and Daniel Silver delivered an innovative collection that further explored their trademark viewpoint and aesthetic. Crombie coats, slim combat boots and Japanese denim ensured that all looks were-street savvy and a little tough, but it was this duo’s innovative use of fabric blocking that truly defined the collection. Contrasting underarm panels adorned overcoats, while a never-seen-before inverted cuff technique had blocks purple tweed and red wool popping out beneath black trousers. The duo’s overlong wool sweatshirts were also crucial, as these items peaked out from beneath bomber jacket, creating perhaps the most wearable version of the recent “man skirt” trend.  Ultimately, the inventive tailoring, fits and color combinations amounted to another triumph for Duckie Brown.  —Andrew Luecke

Silhouette: Swing low

Color: Burgundy / Lavender / Chocolate / Pink rose / Electric blue / Dark Turquoise / Camel / Lead Jet black

Key Items: Wool inverted cuff trousers / Camel duffel coat / Leather baseball jacket / Raw Japanese denim trucker / Overlong wool sweatshirt /Back button overcoat

Materials: Harris Tweed / Wool / Camel / Nylon / Japanese denim / Merino shearling / Papirok

Print + Pattern: Hudson Bay stripe / Fabric blocking

Details + Trim: Inverted cuffs / Invisible collars / Button backs / Hidden buttons / Patch pockets

Accessories + Footwear: Slim combat boots


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