Borne through a collaboration with David Beckham and Daniel Kearns, Kent & Curwen exuded a sense of prestige akin to that of a top boarding school, melding elements of class with a contemporary sports style.
Dressed in trench coats, striped blazers, cable knit cricket jumpers and jackets, and featuring in deep reds, creams, olives and navy blues, a number of facets in relation to sports could be remarked upon. Embellished with stitched rose motifs, Kent & Curwen appeared to re-appropriate the bold rugby symbol with a touch of elegance, and the hints of soft cream tones that presented their self in v neck jumpers, blazers, and trousers, appeared reminiscent of a cricket style.
Standout among the collection was a long-sleeved shirt comprising of panelled stripes in an array of colours. A nod to rugby attire, the shirt successfully alluded to sporting roots whilst creating a fashionable, wearable garment.
Text: Libby Festorazzi