January 14, 2019
words Stefan Howarth
photographs Stefano Della Salda
For Fall/Winter 2019 E-Tautz was a jeweled vision of relaxed menswear. Jeweled tones of blue, green and burgundy with creams and grays to complement the looks walked the runway. The collection was littered with slouchy menswear pieces that were inter-seasonal, a collection that could take you beyond fall and winter and into the following seasons.
A casual show of basics elevated with smart blazers or unusually cut tops such as the oversized blue cowl-neck piece kept the collection interesting while being absolutely wearable. As usual, designer Patrick Grant is at the forefront of modern fashion, trailblazing ahead with his premium classic casuals that will last a lifetime, another effortless strong collection.
Oversized wide-leg pants, shortened bomber jackets, and double-breasted collarless tops were featured. Single-button blazers were tailored with an oversized aesthetic and scarves that came athletically striped and elaborately tasseled were added to accessorize. The pants, though tailored seemed cumbersome in cotton and corduroy which gave a nod to the eighties era, something we’ve seen a lot of recently throughout all the collections.