Quintessentially British with a modern twist, creative director Kim Jones brings Dunhill squarely into the now with a stand-out Autumn / Fall 2010 men’s collection.
Subtle military references, like lace-up boots and Sam Browne-style utility belts, are perfectly in line with the new and understated take on men’s military fashion we’ve spotted as a trend in 2010. The belts went down the runway complete with elegant leather hip flasks and cigar tubes, though admittedly this is Dunhill’s way of showcasing their bread-and-butter accessories business, and probably isn’t quite so practical in the real world.
Club ties and club crest blazers were also understated; a British take on preppy fashion that left Spring’s contrast piping and bright colours at the door.
Belted jackets and trench coats were, on Dunhill’s man, executed to perfection, showing just how important the right outer-wear is for the colder seasons.
Be sure to peruse the full set of runway images by clicking on the gallery below.