It would seem that chief creative director, Martin Cooper, had the recent UK storms in mind when he designed this latest collection for Belstaff. With this being Cooper’s final collection for the fashion house, he truly embraced a long careers worth of jacket knowledge into this collection.
The catwalk, which resembled a WWII bunker, was awash of Peacoats, blazers, bombers, trenches, parkas, and Belstaff’s classic Roadmaster jacket in this total immersion of military style.
The line has taken inspiration from youth culture of the ‘70s and ‘80s with a breath of rebellious spirit, using playful concepts of plaid and floral patterns and utility shades so typical of Belstaff’s moto heritage. Shearling, as always, played a key feature in the collection, appearing on the collars of long military jackets adorned with leather and quilting, and styled with gauntlets for oversized insulation.
The ready-to-wear line refers to a sense of effortlessness that comes with wearing good clothes – and when it comes to jackets, Belstaff are the best!
For more looks from the Belstaff collection see the link below: