In a visor cap and black leather quilted gloves, the Daks man has a wild passion for motorbikes and doesn’t hide it even in his more formal, double-breasted or pinstripe looks. Classic menswear fabrics and knit duetted with leather, which was often matelassé, in almost all the outfits, and used as an inset: acting as a non-slip protector in the crotch of stretch flannel trousers, it also appeared with wool in sweaters and in biker jackets, or in motorcyclist’s leather trousers worn with a white shirt and tie. Aside from leather, the other main feature was wool, used in chunky high-necked knits under tight gilets and checked or herringbone coats, while the turtleneck was thinner and ribbed, worn under a coat or blazer or on its own, tucked into slim trousers. Black, grey and beige were brightened by red, which also featured in total looks.