Evocative of 60’s Savile Row, the subtley subversive tailoring that made Tommy Nutter a standout, Joseph Abboud toed the line of classic suiting by adding a dash of irreverent flair. That same rebellious spirit carried the Fall ’16 collection through jacquard, flannel, tweed, corduroy and velvet– with accouterments to boot– all proudly made in the USA. This collection made a significant splash on the New York Fashion Week Men’s calendar, taking his eponymous brand noted for more reserved renditions and infusing it with an exuberance yet to be surpassed this season.
A rich palette of grey, chocolate, rust, olive, stormy blue, and ebony was rendered in a range of luxurious fabrics, with rakish inspiration from refined military details to the prohibition-era gangster aesthetic. Suits and separates boasted the new signature Traced Fit, a welcoming silhouette for any physique.
The execution was indeed phenomenal. We’re definitely looking forward to when the collection hits stores, especially with the New York flagship on Madison Avenue!