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men Easy elegance

After a year that has challenged most conventionalists, we proudly present a tailoring edit that fittingly bends the rules of traditional suiting. Defined by soft lines, comfortable pairings and elegant undertones, here are our favourite looks for dressing up to the occasion and celebrate the end of 2020.

The relaxed blazer

A signature dress-up piece, the blazer has the power of instantly setting the mood. This season, we're favouring relaxed constructions with fluid fabrics and soft lines that drape nicely over your outfit of choice.

The relaxed suit​

The unprecedented circumstances we are living this season make the perfect occasion to give in to the relaxed ease of unstructured tailoring. Sophisticated, elegant, versatile and easy to wear, it's actually a year-round staple.

The overshirt suit

There are many things we like about this look. First, the choice of an overshirt instead of a classic blazer. The monochrome black palette and the base-layer roll-neck come next, adding depth, warmth and richness. The versatility of each piece alone is remarkable too.

The smart knit​

A statement knit might not be the first thing that comes to mind when speaking of tailoring. Knitted with a memorable chunky structure and paired with elegantly cut wide-fit trousers it becomes a great alternative to tailored jackets, especially if you're staying home.

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Spring overshirts

Modern overshirts are inspired by functional workwear and utility garments, including the French blue work jacket, military jackets and artisan smocks. Minimally detailed and cut with extra room, they’re the perfect layer for the transitional season.

 

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