Thomas Pink AW16
Famed British shirtmaker Thomas Pink's Autumn/Winter 2016 collection, inspired by the British coast and countryside, represents "...a sartorial journey around the UK, visiting some our best-loved coastal towns - from Brighton with its resplendent Royal Pavilion, to Padstow and the Isle of Skye with their rugged coastlines.”
Based on the five key hues of the season: navy, forest green, cranberry, mustard and turquoise, the brand cited Mexican architect Luis Barragan and his use of color and shape as the inspiration for the Collection. This could be felt in the geometric patterns adorning scarves and jackets, and the use of overlay colors such as teal, burnt orange and dusty pink.
Arranged by occasion, the Presentation showcased versatile pieces that are easy and always chic. From formal silk shirts and velvet dinner jackets for the evening, to the more casual jumpers and corduroy trousers completed by the addition of long coats and scarves for day time, AW16 represents the perfect day-to-night transition wardrobe.
Click through to see images from the Presentation, and watch BFC's quick round-up below.
All images courtesy of Thomas Pink.
Cover Image courtesy of Thomas Pink.