Feb 19, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
New York: Steven Alan has recently taken a huge step beyond the washed reverse-seam shirts that made him a household name — honing in on a lived-in aesthetic that is as worldly as it is masculine. For F/W 11, the designer found inspiration in Glen Denny’s photographs of Yosemite National Park in the late 1960s, a time when revolution and tradition clashed. The genius of Alan’s clothes is that they perfectly fuse both elements – directional details and rebellious styling with a good dose of classic menswear. The folksy element of the season came through loud and clear with layered campsite-ready looks: hiking boots, chunky turtleneck sweaters and vivid puffer coats.
Color: Khaki / Olive / Ivory / Maroon / Orange / Navy / Taupe
Key Items: Snug four-button blazer / Puffer jackets and vests / Fair Isle sweaters / Turtlenecks / Plaid shirts / Birdseye cardigan / Cotton canvas parkas
Materials: Tweed / Nylon / Chambray / Marled wool
Details + Trim: Shell buttons / Contrast lining / Cargo pockets on pants and sweaters / Shawl collars / Double button tab for chinos
Accessories + Footwear: Bandanas / Knit beanies / Hiking boots / Cotton gingham scarf / Short-brim hats / Wool flannel rucksack
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