New York:
Number Lab designer Luis Fernandez showed a collection that seemed to draw inspiration from two distinct leisure lifestyles — the lifeguard-surfer and the athletic yacht owner. An emphasis on innovative composite and technical materials helped unify the show, with utilitarian luxury items like a double-breasted linen/wool/poly blazer or a hooded jacket made from polyurethane bridging the gap between yacht captain and beach bum. Clean unfussy basics like raglan t-shirts and unstructured cotton suits helped balance the more outlandish fabrics, while colors like bright safety orange or navy blue hinted at maritime safety gear. The collection featured two standout collaborations: the “tech espadrille” made for the brand by Stubbs & Wooton and a black and white graphic print by artist Luis La Piana that covered a cotton vest and blazer. —Andrew Luecke

Silhouette: 60s tailored

Color: Safety orange / Shale grey / Yves Klein blue / Navy blue

Key Items: Double breasted chambray blazer / Trench jacket / Unstructured blazer / Microfiber boardshort / Canvas hooded jacket / Reversible letterman blazer / Polo shirt

Materials: Cotton canvas / Mircrofiber / Oiled linen / Nylon / Raglan / Poly-coated cotton / Stone cotton / Micro-canvas / Linen/wool/poly blends / Polyurethane

Print + Pattern: Black and white graphic print designed by artist Joseph La Piana / Plaid / Horizontal stripes

Details + Trim: White piping, zippers and contrast stitching / V-necks / Contrast collars

Accessories + Footwear: Techno Espadrilles in collaboration with Stubbs & Wooton / Gym bag / Silk-cashmere scarf / Canvas deck shoes / D-ring belt / Backpack / Long board / Sunglasses

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