Looks like America is almost out of the woods. The American heritage trend that pervaded menswear for the last couple of years put a lot of emphasis on the outdoors (i.e. Red Wing boots, Barbour jackets, down vests), but the mathelete has replaced the hunter as Gant Rugger’s man for Fall 2011.
The woodsy look lent itself to utilitarian comfort (something definitely appreciated in February), but Christopher Bastin, the man behind Gant Rugger, says the scholarly look is more “proper” and will give a hint of what is to come for menswear.
Reblogged from b / plus an amazing Toronto-based journal of men’s fashions, life and style.