Reiss Launch New Season Collection & The Autumn /Winter Report
Recent seasons have seen calf-skimming lengths work their way into the spotlight but it’s now that they officially settle as a non-moving wardrobe staple
Each piece is designed with the details in mind – think peekaboo cut-outs and
considered colour combinations
From faux-fur detailing to slouchy suede, what may once have been considered as outfit add-ons are now strong enough to make a statement in themselves
From structured, bonded styles to butter-soft iterations, the latest leather and shearling
designs exude a sense of modernity.
Tonal layering pieces will elongate the silhouette and help to build the kind of capsule wardrobe that makes season-long styling a breeze
Whether found in the softened fit of our blazers’ shoulders or in a smart/casual approach to styling, for AW16 it’s clear that tailoring has shaken off its strait-laced reputation
It’s time to break free from the sartorial straitjacket of navy and black. If you’re looking for a way to inject colour into your wardrobe for AW16, plum’s the word
For both coats and tailoring, we’re subscribing to the philosophy that two is better than one. Double-breasted designs come of age this season, skilfully fusing sharp cuts with doubled-up design
No longer are great style and full coverage mutually exclusive. This season’s line-up of transitional layering pieces champion impeccable style and technical design - the results are excellent.
Channel the excesses of Studio 54 in a tactile and unapologetically luxurious velvet blazer for the year’s close. This is luxury that feels just as good as it looks.
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