Dunhill is like the older brother of Burberry. It is classic, stoic British heritage clothing that reminds us of what an English gentleman should be. Stoic, and tailored, this is a collection that promotes the slick coming together of when countryside meets the city.
Not a single look in this collection proved disappointing and Dunhill remains the top spot for classic tailoring. Bringing softer textures to the AW ’15 catwalk, the models walked out in velvet tailored trousers, high waisted charcoal dungarees, satin peach trousers that were complimented later by a series of striped trousers in a sleepover ‘esque style. This was a playful collection, reminding us of the comforts we sometime take advantage of in the cold weather.
Simple pieces such as cable and ribbed knitwear in chocolate browns and navy blues, paired with yellow velvet chinos sometimes shouldn’t work. Dunhill once again proves us wrong, in pairing Autumn hues with winter textures to produce a trench coat with a copper sheen, a charcoal shearling jacket with braces to accessorise for a sharper, city look.