Joseph is in a transitory period, between a exit of Louise Trotter and appointment of new artistic executive Susana Clayton, who is set to benefaction her initial collection during a open 2020 season. But a brand’s clearly tangible cultured codes meant that a pattern group could continue producing desirable, on-brand collections in a interim.
Its latest men’s operation was filled with Joseph classics: ample check coats, lush cashmere sweaters, knitted tracksuits and neat tailoring in a operation of comfortable hues from burgundy, to gray and navy.
There were also some-more fun, trend-led pieces sprinkled via a line, from prolonged puffers that would make for good street-style moments to nylon tracksuits done cooler with a further of a military-inspired vast load slot and printed, Seventies-style silk shirts.
Other highlights enclosed sporty bombers done in some-more grave fabrics, such as pin-striped or herringbone wool, that prisoner a brand’s proceed of consistent tailoring with sportswear and formulating garments that can work around a clock.