E.Tautz Fall/Winter 2017-2018 collection
Creative director of E.Tautz, Patrick Grant had said pre-show this collection was inspired by the portraits of scarecrows by British photographer Peter Mitchell.
So when looks like brownish grey suiting and a blue anorak came around, it was no surprise they were brilliantly turned out. They were sedate, but covetable. The loden green looks and the checked shirts had very under-the-radar sex appeal.
The accents of the collection are: jumbo corduroy trousers in navy, faded check overcoats in cereal-pasture beige, loose suiting in russet flecked olive with wide, pleated, pressed-crease pants, and the odd anorak were distant relations to the garments (very well-dressed) British farmers might have outfitted their hay men with (in a world imagined by Grant).
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