DUNHILL FALL/WINTER 2015 MENSWEAR: REVIEW

January 18, 2015

 


Drooling over Dunhill, head designer John Ray delivered his first collection for the luxury British goods brand Alfred Dunhill, with the inspiration of the late 1950s and 60s, combining vintage and contemporary aspects to define his main source of muse: Francis Bacon, and his colour palette. Earthy tones were seen across the F/W collection, fabrics exclusively developed by British mills to produce a series of classic menswear patterns, cut to provide the wearer with an ease of movement.




It was so typically pretentious with a wealthy school boy approach. Models carved by cupid himself, wearing both casual and formal outfits, perfect for any situation. The soft, peachy salmon silk pyjamas and fur coat had been my most favoured blend and look due to its indulgent and comforting appeal.  This is definitely how a true gentleman should dress. Can’t wait to see more of Ray in the future!

Watch the Runway Show here
See more images of the collection here

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