Dunhill Men's RTW Fall 2010 / PFW-Day03

Designer Kim Jones injected a sense of adventure into a collection replete with handsome English tailoring for young chaps.

Narrow gray suits - often three-piece and three-button - bore the influence of the Thirties, but
in modern, lightweight tweeds and worsteds. Fine-knit linings enhanced earthy-colored coats and cardigans. Occasionally a crest asserted aristocratic heritage.

Trouser hems disappeared into thick socks and mountaineering boots until thick-soled patent dress shoes helped steer the mood back to the city for evening. Pocket squares featured Trans-Siberian maps, while survival belts held pen cases and flasks – an amusing touch.

© by WWD / Photos by Giovanni Giannoni

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