Grunge and rebellious tailoring at Casely-Hayford
By Diego Sanchez

London: The father-and-son duo dedicated their latest outing to ‘outsiders’. The designers proved that a collection could be relaxed but still packed a punch …

Jan 12, 2015
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London: The father-and-son duo dedicated their latest outing to ‘outsiders’. The designers proved that a collection could be relaxed but still packed a punch when it comes to details. The experimentation with fabric, detailing and layering made a huge impact – dandy brocades, sturdy materials and military-inspired elements were some of the highlights. Formal blazers and classic coat shapes came banded with pieces of graphic knit and contrast stripes. Elsewhere, soft-shouldered suits and four-buttoned DB jackets paired with narrow-hemmed high-waisted trousers. A moody palette of navy and military green was enlivened by orange and fuchsia. A complex, yet lovely collection.  – Diego Sanchez

Theme: Grungy and rebellious tailored

Key Items: Navajo sweaters / High-waisted trousers / Soft-shouldered suits / Tailored coats / Striped parka / Tunic sweaters / Slouchy cardigans / Fleece sweatshirts / Ombre Sweaters / Wool hooded parkas

Color:  Black / Navy / Khaki green / Dove / Fuchsia / Orange / Yves Klein blue

Materials + Trim: Wool / Jersey / Leather / Fleece / Nylon / Suede / Paneling

Print + Pattern: Bold stripes / Navajo prints / Plaid / Paint brush stroke

Accessories + Footwear: Utility boots / Oxford shoes / Chunky scarves / Navajo backpacks

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