Lately I've been very inspired by classic British tailoring, pieces such as a pea-coat, styled and revamped to bring into the modern. For example, adding bright colour to a classic piece, will bring that item to the future. This is what the F/W collection of E Tautz is able to capture, adding modern trends to classic silhouettes to revamp the entire look. What I like about this collection, is the bravery of it all, artistic illusions and bold colour statements in juxtaposition with classic items. 

My particular favourite outfits are pictured above, note how the transition begins from subtle and muted, to bold and unique looks. The shapes and cuts in the first photograph are very minimalist, the outfit has only straight lines and fits the model perfectly. I feel the second one has an air of innocence to it, the outfit is pure and almost, schoolboy-ish, which I absolutely love. This collection has proved to be one of my favourites since the past 3 days of LCM has began. Soon, we'll move onto womenswear, which I'm sure you're all anticipating. How will Jeremy Scott handle the collection for Moschino? Will Mulberry present at all? But most of all, Nicolas Ghesquiere at Louis Vuitton? 

What did you think of this collection?
Let me know, in the comments below.


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