The cherry red style boot, the structure and strong silhouette of the jacket, and the brightness of the colour orange; just a few aspects from what was a brilliant collection from Design Director, Alistair Carr.
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Based on ‘the real man’s wardrobe’, the models strode confidently in what was a highly masculine collection. Chunky fisherman knits were followed by Herringbone jackets and trousers. Leather proved a key material for the season, making a welcome appearance in jackets and biker trousers. The casting contained strong, sharp faces with many sporting a clean and crisp short back and sides haircut. Describing the collection to i-D online, Alistair explained, ”I wanted the idea of characters rather than just one type of man. It started with the idea of British, cherry red, the DMs I used to wear loads as a kid. Then what goes with that, camel of course and the cherry colours. The real Pringle man is most definitely here to stay.
Text: Elgar Johnson
Photography: Mitchell Sams