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Long-time fans of Lou Dalton, we generally get our fix through catwalk images and show reports, looking ahead to future seasons. This time we stop for a moment, taking in what’s available right now. The Spring/Summer 2015 collection hit… The post Our Picks from Lou Dalton Spring/Summer 2015 Outerwear appeared first on Selectism.
Lou Dalton showcased a muted collection with a concentration on fabrics today as part of London Fashion Week. For Fall 2015 the designer presented lots of black, dark tartan patterns, with only a few pops of color. Layering plays an … The post Lou Dalton Fall 2015 Collection appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Grenson pick their collaborators well, over the years joining forces with the likes of Lou Dalton, Foot The Coacher, END, Other Shop, Rag & Bone and Tenue de Nîmes, rethinking the classic English-made shoe in unique style with each brand… The post A Full Range of Grenson Fall Footwear for Hardy Amies appeared first on Selectism.
Lou Dalton frames her latest collection as a statement of control, ”defining who we are as a brand, who I am as a designer, where we’ve come from and where we are going now.” A measured approach resulted in a… Lou Dalton Exercises “Control” for Spring/Summer 2015 is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Lou Dalton Spring/Summer 2015–Keeping lines simple and relaxed for spring/summer 2015, Lou Dalton offered up a collection dressed in whites, neutrals and pastels. Beginning with white as a clean canvas, blazers, suiting shorts, hooded jackets and slim-cut trousers came together with lightweight coats in charcoal hues. Show More Summary
Lou Dalton Fall/Winter 2014–Designer Lou Dalton looked inwards for her fall/winter 2014 collection, reflecting on her grandfather’s farm and the men who The post Lou Dalton Fall/Winter 2014 | London Collections: Men appeared first on The Fashionisto.
Lou Dalton pays tribute to the “farmhands she remembers from her youth,” designing real workwear as a nostalgic nod to what used to be. Heavy corduroy, denim and padding coexist with lighter cashmere and cotton, styled with versatile separates in a… Lou Dalton Fall Winter 2014 Collection – Washed-Out Workwear is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
British menswear designer Lou Dalton takes inspiration from the land for Fall/Winter 2014 and presents a collection full of workwear inspired pieces. Earthy brown, charcoal and cream are contrasted with bleached denim and a few highlight… Lou Dalton Fall/Winter 2014 Collection is a post by Marta Sundac on Highsnobiety.
MONDAY 6TH JANUARY 10:00 Lou Dalton BFC Show Space: Victoria House 10:30 – 12:30 John Smedley See Invitation SPN 11:00 Astrid Andersen BFC Show Space: Victoria House NM 11:30 – 13:30 Orlebar Brown See Invitation SPN 12:00 Topman Design...Show More Summary
"Having both the main line in Opening Ceremony as well as the capsule collection is great," Lou Dalton beams proudly over the Internet. "Both are very different, each say something different without compromise," she excitedly exclaims. Show More Summary
Using her Fall Winter 2013 collection as a starting point, Lou Dalton creates this capsule collection for Opening Ceremony. Inspired by a trip to Shetland where she met her partner who works for the BP oil port located on the… An Oil Baron Inspired Capsule Collection – Lou Dalton for Opening Ceremony is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Take me out tonight Because I want to see people and I Want to see life Driving in your car Oh, please don't drop me home Because it's not my home, it's their Home, and I'm welcome no more (The Smiths, There Is A Light That Never Goes...Show More Summary
Model Matthew Bell dons Topman Design, Lou Dalton and more for the cover story of Client Magazine’s issue #9. Also featured in the editorial are other lesser-known British brands like Pun Sarasas and Tim Labenda. The photo spread is rather dramatic in stark… Topman Design, Lou Dalton and More for Client Magazine Issue #9 is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
The Aviator–Aviation and the mechanics behind it served as the inspiration for Lou Dalton’s spring/summer 2014 efforts. Translated into modest efforts that showcased a man who plays it laid-back when it comes to style, the brand tackled everything from the loose-slung jumpsuit to a three-piece sportswear set consisting of a light coat, jacket and trousers. [...]
British designer Lou Dalton continues to explore all things military, this season focusing in on Aviation, using a face-to-face meeting with a World War II Lancaster Bomber as inspiration for Spring Summer 2014. With this in mind Dalton teams up… Lou Dalton Joins G-SHOCK for a Royal Airforce Inspired Spring Summer 2014 is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
A clever slice of understated detail from Lou Dalton. This simple, perfectly cut cotton shirt gets a little sporty around the shoulders with the addition of black mesh panels. Bonus, ‘in-shirt ventilation system,’ perfect for warm weather, the kind of… Lou Dalton Spring Summer 2013 Mesh Panel Shirt is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
The Working Wardrobe–Lou Dalton opened the London Collections: Men fall/winter 2013 season with a new range strong on winter tailoring and workwear. Double-breasted coats and jackets in a boxy silhouette [...]
London Collections: Men returns, three days of menswear happenings, the schedule packed out with plenty of our favourites. First up, Lou Dalton. As demonstrated in past collections, Dalton’s strength lies in her ability to combine the rigidity of traditional uniforms… Lou Dalton Fall Winter 2013 Collection is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Since launching her own line in 2005, Lou Dalton has refined a well crafted reputation for rebellious English sportswear with a keen eye for and attention to detail whilst establishing herself as the real shining starlet of British Menswear. Show More Summary