‘Urban tech’ – the approach hinted a man on the go with a revisit to masculine classics, however, with a more refined edge, that incorporated sportswear through accessories such as blacked out sunglasses and a mixture of monochrome separates.
Perhaps the two most noted garments were the choice in trouser and outerwear. Whilst the trouser often came close to leggings with shorter, cropped options covered with a high boot, the coats were bulbous and boxy; disproportioning the silhouette and an in one garment broke from the cobalt, black and grey, instead burst into a deep yellow.
This yellow was not just kept to coats but transcended to knitwear in savvy yellow and grey colour blocking whilst the probably most covetable item of all, the furry backpack came large, the oversized theme weaving throughout the collection and its seams. In Emporio’s thought; the man can hit the slopes and make it back in time for a five o’clock cocktail.