INTRODUCING //
JOSEPH AW15 MENSWEAR

INTRODUCING //
JOSEPH AW15 MENSWEAR

The JOSEPH Autumn/Winter 2015 Menswear collection sees a relaxed and unfussy JOSEPH man. Like borrowed heirlooms or public school uniforms from days gone by, the silhouette is voluminous, and there is a sense of ease to the collection. It’s as if the JOSEPH man hasn’t quite finished dressing; running between classes, he’s elegantly disheveled, but his clothes are handsome, Etonian. The JOSEPH man is never strictly sartorial; there’s always something casual in the mix. His wing-tip collars and ruffles stick out from every look. Double-breasted volumes are oversized, with zip sportswear closures.

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Rugby shirts are reinterpreted in tailoring fabrics, with the added luxury of glove leather. The signature JOSPEH cardigan is exaggerated in an oversized, jumbo knit. This collection’s colours and patterns were inspired by the artwork of Sean Skully. Patchworked fairisles make reference to the artist’s linear block paintings.
Combinations of flannels, nylon twill, jumbo pinstripes, crisp poplins and glove leather come in felt, mineral, ecru, chestnut and textural grays.