E. Tautz
By Anna Glassman

DECONSTRUCTED SCOTTISH London: Seaside Scotland was a common point of reference in London this season, and Patrick Grant’s latest collection for E. Tautz took …

Jan 11, 2013
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DECONSTRUCTED SCOTTISH
London: Seaside Scotland was a common point of reference in London this season, and Patrick Grant’s latest collection for E. Tautz took the region’s tweeds and tartans into the modern day. Emblazoned on bias-cut overcoats and abstracted on crewneck sweaters, Grant gave checks new life and perhaps a more youthful audience, his irreverent styling finding oversized suit trousers tucked into socks. F/W 13’s more traditional looks maintained this angsty mood, and even paisley brocade shirting came untucked beneath everyday intarsia knits.—Nina Stotler

Silhouette: Slim / Baggy / Tapered / Rounded

Color: Grey flannel / Safety orange / Black / Navy / Rust / Plum

Key Items: Bias-cut overcoats / Intarsia crewneck sweaters / Oversized wool trousers / Brocade shirting / Belted trench coats / Ghillie suits / Skinny jacquard pants / Peacoats

Materials: Flannel / Brocade / Silk twill / Silk wool jacquard

Print + Pattern: Tartan / Abstracted checks / Paisley / Owl graphics

Details + Trim: Raglan sleeves / Self belts / Pleating

Accessories + Footwear: Slim oxfords / Athletic socks / Brimmed caps / Skinny ties

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