Sep 14, 2017 | By Sarah Owen
New York: David Neville and Marcus Wainwright sited the conquests of Mount Everest during the 1920s and 50s as inspiration for F/W 10, and the reference showed itself in a collection full of mismatched patterns, rugged layering and climber-worthy fabrics. Always influenced by elements of military uniforms, the design duo’s newest showing was less literal, with camouflage prints and sherpa-lined combat boots co-existing with Fair Isle motifs and neutral plaids. The slightly rebellious styling, cozy layers and and mixed patterns made for a refreshing collection full of realistic possibilities for the modern man.
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