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Collection Share this Collection Shop Women's. The masculine-feminine duality is further explored in airfare-inspired bombers, while cargo pants and jumpsuits highlight the blurring of the line between menswear and womenswear. Accessories focus on continued references to flight details and include the Pilot Tote, a newly rendered Pilot bag based off the original inspiration our first bag, and the Flight Satchel, a key new style for Spring. Shoes center on an all-out fat lace high-top design and criss-cross sandals.
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The Rag, Issue 5: Winter/Spring 2013
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Sign up is free : You can access your account from anywhere. Quicker checkout : Easy checkout process with your information already saved. Create an Account. David Neville and Marcus Wainwright like to play up their bloke-ish charm. When Wainwright tells you that he's been geeked out on the Paris—Dakar rally since he was a kid, it's pretty easy to imagine young Marcus seated at the telly, rapt at the vision of a motocross driver shimmering in the Saharan heat.
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Some of the best looks here were the most literal. Take the low-slung black leather trousers on Aymeline, finished with racing stripes, or the seriously cool moto vests and jackets made out of luxe Italian silk satin. Perforated leather clutches and the palette's hi-vis corals, greens, and blues reinforced the motocross theme. But what made the collection not just shoppable but interesting were the intuitive leaps Neville and Wainwright took.
They linked the driver in the desert to the Bedouin tribe emerging out of the background heat, and connected the Bedouins' cotton headscarves and robes to the cotton nightshirts, petticoats, and baggy khakis worn by Victorians on safari.