Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
Paris: The brand now known as Lemaire – a new name to highlight the collaborative effort between designers Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran – stayed true to its roots by presenting a timeless collection of luxurious wardrobe staples. Subtle tweaks elevated classic-influenced shapes – oversized DB coats were re-worked in lambswool, military parkas sported oversize pockets and flat front trousers were cropped to ankle lengths. Outerwear volumes were increased this season, underpinning the laid-back attitude of Lemaire’s man. Tailored suits came in boxy proportions and dressed-down with relaxed cardigans or tank tops. Eclectic yet approachable. – Diego Sanchez
Theme: Understated eclecticism
Key Items: Cropped trousers / DB coats / Boxy tailored jackets / Collarless blazers / Band collar shirts / Eight button caban coat / Coat cape / Herringbone poncho / Draped knits / Rollnecks / Utility parka / Oversized raincoats
Colour: Grey / Olive green / Dark blue / Black / Brown
Materials + Trim: Lambswool / Crisp cotton / Herringbone / Denim / Wool
Accessories + Footwear: High ankle boots / Leather gloves / Long cravats
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