Brand Snapshot | dunhill London
Each week we bring you the most up-to-date news, campaigns, and launches from Walpole’s members. Today, fresh from London Fashion Week: Men’s, dunhill London’s stunning new Autumn Winter 2017 September collection, and a look ahead to its Spring Summer 2018 collection from new Creative Director, Mark Weston.
The next chapter has begun at dunhill. Relevant, elevated and considered design leads the vision of new creative director, Mark Weston.
The collection for Autumn is updated for today with contemporary revisions of classic pieces. Overcoats are relaxed and tailored to be worn in a casual context. Down-filled outerwear and multi-functional parkas are teamed with suede tennis shoes, engineered for contemporary life.
Winter begins with evening wear in dark chocolate velvets and wool cashmere overcoats with swakara top collars. Ink and dark denims are introduced worn with silk brioche rib knits, knitted merino blousons with fur-trimmed collars and hand-made English Chelsea boots.
Spring daytime tailoring is fresh and relaxed in mohair or silk seersuckers. Details are quiet and refined with broken pinstripe patterns and reimagined puppy tooth. The signature colourful Engine Turn geometric pattern is carried through woven ties and silk jacquard evening wear to small zip folios and card cases.
Relaxed formal separates refresh the appeal of blazers, in linen wool silk weaves and unstructured lightweight crisp air wool. The Duke bag collection leads the leather sensibility in handstitched calfskin in tan and black with signature brass hardware detailing.
A new language of casual dressing is defined. References extend from Mods to the military with boating stripe reversible bombers, lightly rinsed sateen field jackets and embossed soft Chiltern calfskin totes. While a dusty suede western jacket and club shirt in an archive Tweenie Devil print bring a fresh sportier attitude.
Self-assured and confident, clothes complement character, understated and elevated, never shouting always relevant. It’s time for a quiet revolution.
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