The brand borrows from Gosha.

Riffing on an aesthetic familiar to its Topman Design counterpart, the brand’s mainline SS16 offering feasts on the 1970’s with a latter nod to the 80’s and of course the present day.

Boasting two key trends in ‘High Trek’ and ‘East Bloc’, the full line-up pieces together the great outdoors with references to Eastern European design; while the former poses as an ‘expression of function and form’, the latter claims to tap an urban specific scenario.

A variety of silhouettes honour heavyweights such as Hedi Slimane and Raf Simons (read: leg shapes both skinny and oversized get a look in), while elsewhere suiting is high on the agenda.

Claps for the brown sports inspired two-piece.


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