The brand stays true to its identity
Titled as “Identities,” Dunhill keeps it close to home for their latest collection. With creative director Mark Weston’s lead, the brand played on mixing modern silhouettes with the Brit gentleman classics.
“In this collection I wanted to look at certain identities. These are clothing archetypes, but also identities of Britishness, of masculinity, of uniforms, as well as those of Dunhill past and the new era archetypes that we have sought to establish here. It’s really about how character and clothing work together; the idiosyncratic combinations of personal style and identity in Britain and Dunhill, as well as redefinition of them for the house,” stated Mark.
Oversized knit cardigans with huge bows were thrown over tailored suits. Pastel colored hoodies were paired with classic jackets and slit-hem pants. Outerwear and accessories materialized in multicolor palette while leather works of loose pants, shiny jackets, and long coats also demanded attention.
See the presentation below: