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Dodd Clothing Autumn/Winter 2013 collection

February 7, 2013

Jacket Required kicks off today and for me a must-see is British label Dodd. With each season proving to be stronger than the last, it’s not much of a surprise that George Hudson’s latest range is as good as it undoubtedly is, I’d go as far as to say this fifth collection is his best yet.

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It feels much expanded from previous collections, with an increased product offering that’s full of sharp tailoring and clean lined outerwear. It’s beautiful, minimal clothing that relies on cut and silhouette to make its impact, which it does with considerable ease.

This refinement also finds its way into the colour palette with navy blue, white, charcoal and mid-tone grey punctuated with indigo, red and burgundy. As expected, fabrication is no less considered, with luxurious Cashmere and wool blends, premium Italian yarns, Japanese Kuroki denim and gauze wool, and English pig suede all present in this fantastic selection.

The label continue to manufacture all of their product in England, with quality and attention to detail paramount, all of which shines through here. I’ll be catching up with the label at Jacket Required on Friday, so expect a post on my findings soon. For more information on the label, or to buy any of the current range via their online shop, go to the website here: Dodd Clothing.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rob permalink
    February 7, 2013 12:39 pm

    Guy in the first photo must have thought it was no trousers required ūüôā

  2. Jonny Briggs permalink
    February 18, 2013 5:14 pm

    As sharp as you like. Not really my taste but cracking to see this coming out of the UK.

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