Dunhill has revealed a SS2024 collection which it promises “lays the groundwork” ahead of Simon Holloway’s debut at the label in February 2024, as Creative Director.
The ambitious capsule gets back to the house’s rich roots, with a focus on British sensibilities and exquisite craftsmanship.
Through the collection there is a colour palette of natural, earth tones mixed with understated elegance.
Cashmere, leather and suede are explored through sharp classic menswear silhouettes, which move from light daywear for the warmer months to eveningwear.
Blazers, of course, play big. In this collection there are four individual editions. These include a double-breasted, pique jersey, suede, and a fine midnight wool barathea evening jacket.
Elsewhere there is understated neckwear and accessories featuring dots, medallions, stripes and the paisley designs of class British heritage.
For the new season, the Audley Penny Loafer, AD Cipher slipper and Duke II sneaker take centre stage for footwear.
Overall, Dunhill puts forward a collection which celebrates British heritage and teases the start of the Holloway takeover at the fashion label. Roll on FW2024.