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CONSTRUCT

Modular garments make for an exciting way to dress up this autumn – part layering, part building project.

Photography CHLOÉ LE DREZEN
Styling AGATA BELCEN


Sage-coloured cotton-blend knit dress with pleated rib texture worn with dark-brown moleskin elongated trousers and dusky-green leather heels.

 


Opposite, a dark-navy cotton-blend jacquard sweatshirt worn with a petrol-coloured cotton zip-up shirt jacket and a grey wool-blend polo scarf with zipper.

 


Grey wool-blend roll-neck jumper worn with a charcoal-coloured textured wool waistcoat with metal clasp fastening, black and silver reversible vest with hood and charcoal-coloured wool-blend trousers.   

 


Wool-blend check coat worn with a black cashmere-blend knitted scarf-glove hybrid.

 


Muted-lilac cotton-poplin tailored shirt worn with a black cotton jersey shirt with coated finish, a graphite-grey nylon padded technical jacket and charcoal-coloured wool-blend trousers.

  • Dark-lilac cotton-blend shirt dress with belt worn with a muted-lilac cashmere-blend knitted rib hood and a navy nylon technical hood with tie.

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