Sharp tailoring mixed with sports-inspired items created a concise collection of utilitarian menswear from a maturing Matthew Miller.
Sinewy-slim tailoring came as sleeveless, sb and db blazers featuring exposed darting slicing up the back and perforations along the arms. White shirts were a staple, the most interesting with stencilled cut-outs. The restrained palette graduated from black to pebble grey, white and cream, with one print, a CCTV image of brutalist architecture, used on a shirt and db suit. Casual pieces came as bomber jackets, a floaty parka, slim shorts and mesh-like knits.
In short A sharp, smart and sleek collection of slimline staples given that utilitarian Miller spin.