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Editorial

The Junya Watanabe show featured a sharp-dressed man. The only extravagance conceded, if you can call it that, were the patchwork motifs on some of the blazers, but the remaining 47 exits all featured classic tailored pieces, some separates or worn with turned-up jeans. The jackets were fitted and single or double-breasted, in melange knit, so more similar to cardigans, or in traditional menswear fabrics, some of which were longer with contrasting lapels, worn with a white shirt, tie or bow tie. The trousers were rather short and tapered, with side bands and/or cummerbund for the evening, classic and lace-up single or two-colour shoes. This gentleman also likes a hat, particularly a top-hat or bowler, which he wears proudly like an old-school mature dandy.