Ben Sherman Autumn/Winter 2010 Lookbook

September 18, 2010 |

Ben Sherman pulls out an Autumn/Winter 2010 collection inspired by 60s Beatniks and a cold British Winter. Sticking to a preppy casual aesthetic this season, the wardrobe must haves are seen on this lookbook shot by duos Chad Pickard and Paul McLean, and styled by John Colver.

Garment dyed Macs nod to the authentic detailing running throughout the collection, while tailored trousers are given a laundered lived-in look. Re-enforcing the inspiration of Beatnik creativity, traditional fabrics are purposefully and intelligently misplaced, as outerwear canvases are used in trousers and workwear fabrics make the basis of shirt jackets. Chambrays, denim, twills and flannel are key fabrics in shirting and vintage inspired checks are off set with laundered stripes featuring western or military detailing. Chunky fisherman styles, cables and double-breasted waffle knits make up the knitwear offering.

More looks after the click.

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