Sean Lehnhardt-Moore, Belstaff’s creative director, delivered a unisex collection full of stylishly weather-beaten, outdoorsy clothing, in tune with the brand’s sporty heritage, and cozy, oversize knits meant for layering. Top pieces included a Fifties-style canvas jacket, a duffle coat-army blanket hybrid and cool leather and suede A-line skirts with a Seventies vibe.
WWD Critique: The British heritage brand has come to its senses, presenting tight showroom lineups filled with strong commercial clothing, instead of forcing itself to stage runway shows or lavish presentations.
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Launch Gallery: Belstaff Men's Fall 2020