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Not a notoriously masculine design feature, colour blocking has previously dwelled in the realm of womenswear and more androgynous teen trends. But grey tonal knits and sharp geometric intarsia styles breathed a new, more manly life into the technique and with the statement sleeve contrasts and body-sculpting tromp l’oeil panelling, its new guise saw the introduction of grey tonalities at Emporio Armani, Dunhill and Dirk Bikkembergs, usually in sporty, body-con silhouettes while softer options included placed geometrics at Giorgio Armani and washed out shades at Jil Sander. 

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