“This is as bad-ass as I get,” said Todd Snyder of his collection, inspired by Snyder’s favorite black, 1950s leather motorcycle jacket he’d found a decade ago in a Leeds (England) vintage shop. The rugged edges that characterized his past seasons have shifted into a younger and more polished offering.
The collection, titled “Rebel Gentlemen” featured a color palette consisting primarily of grays, browns and blues, with a few pieces more of a greyish plum or a dark mustard.
Among the standouts were a double-breasted, three-quarter length horsehide bomber with a shearling collar, paired with slim-fitting tweed pants that spoke to the designer’s sartorial roots. The use of “advance fabrics,” such as a wool-bonded cotton used in a laser-cut jacket and a stretch knit for skinny suits, added interest to this modern collection.
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