E. Tautz Menswear Fall Winter 2017 London

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E. Tautz Menswear Fall Winter 2017 London

“It doesn’t have to be about the office. The Eighties made a symbol out of it. But I wanted to say that it can be informal; there’s an ease to these clothes – casual not formal or mean and tight,” explained Patrick Grant of E Tautz backstage. [CONTINUE READING...]

Patrick Grant’s boxy, misfitted shapes were as strongly expressed as Martine Rose’s – but separated out into timeless Crombie coats, anoraks, and crew necks, their unexpected proportions softened by mistily familiar shades of grey. [CONTINUE READING...]

Patrick Grant also had landscapes on his mind, thanks to the work of Leeds photographer Peter Mitchell. Mitchell's imagery of scarecrows inspired a collection of light, loose separates that flapped as the models circled the runway space, their flat surfaces shaded in muted clay, earth, and navy tones. [CONTINUE READING...]