Belstaff started things off with their  Goodwood Sports & Racing Collection. The idea is simple: revisit and reinterpret classics from the Goodwood archive, specifically outerwear from the Fifites and Sixites. The jackets look very solid.

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Lou Dalton impressed me the most this day. It is this combination of classic sportswear and contemporary tailoring that consolidates what Lou Dalton is about. Classic pieces with unique detailing, contrasting fabrics and a subtle statement, all succinctly pulled together.


John Smedley brings out a young preppy line. Nothing special if you ask me. Everything well fit, but random patterns. Almost looking like H&M patterns. The rest looks like A.P.C. but not so minimal and more colourful.



Topman Designs. This one deserves it’s own article.




Lee Roach. Minimalistic Designs. “A stream lined, un-fussed silhouette was very much in mind at Lee Roach AW 13 show.”



MAN. Was so crazy. Also deserves a special article.

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Richard Nicoll. Very english. But not the obvious english, the hidden gentleman minimalistic english. But i guess you dont know what iam talking about.


Hackett. Own post for this impressive show.



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