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Hackett Autumn / Winter 2012

As we've come to expect from Hackett, their fall collection presents a gently modernized take on classic British tailoring. This time around they may have veered just slightly further into sleek and continental as evidenced by the occasional jacket with soft shoulders and open front quarters. The look book inspires by demonstrating so many of our favourite classically fall and winter elements of style, as seen in the three images here: Turtlenecks (f**k yeah). Winter whites, extended here to include pale wheat shades. Manly bags (OK, maybe not the one on the right so much). Black and tan. Shawl collars. And corduroy trousers in those sorts of colours that only really work in corduroy.
19.oct.2012 style
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