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Graphic, squared and linear, this season’s silhouettes were presented in classic Études pomp. Balancing a sense of utility with a flair for nineties nostalgia, the Autumn/Winter 2016 collection evokes German photographer Wolfgang Tilllmans’ singular regard for the European underground scene in the 1990’s for a line-up of sartorial lines and youthful rebellion. A militant spectrum of colour (khaki, navy, olive and the like) appeared alongside an alert orange and a camouflage made in collaboration with Swiss artist Fabio Marco Pirovino that fused the old and the new. The most notable looks this season were the hooded parkas, extended bomber jackets and overcoats with harnesses.

Brent Taalur Ramsey

Illustration: MRSCMillo

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