Feb 23, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
New York: The slouchy silhouettes and casual fabrics that designer Nicholas Kunz is known for returned this season, in an outdoorsy collection that was inspired by the designer’s new country house. While Kunz’ designs almost always feel rugged, they were especially so this time around. In contrast to the urban looks of S/S 11, tie-dyed textiles, a rustic autumnal palette, and woodsmen plaids spoke to the rural pleasures of upstate New York.
Color: Army greens / Heather gray / Pumpkin / Dark chocolate brown / Chestnut
Key Items: Cotton anorak / Plaid button-up / Double-breasted overcoat / Leather biker jacket / Pieced jersey pants / Velvet pant / Gutsy sweater / Knit poncho / Quilted vest
Materials: Velvet / Shiny leather / Crepe-y gauze / Chenille / Cotton twills / Jersey / Nylon / Flannel shirtings
Details + Trim: Snaps / Utility pockets / Patched reinforcements / Drawstrings / Hoods / Overlock stitching / Fur trims / Velvet linings / Exposed zippers / Contrast sleeves / Ribbed banding
Accessories + Footwear: Snoods / Fingerless gloves / Combat boots
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