John Ray's foray into runway for Dunhill Fall 2015 is certainly my favorite collection coming out of London Fashion Week. The still relatively new creative director of the legendary brand is focused on the man wearing the clothes, the wit that is intrinsic to British menswear, and the legacy of who Alfred Dunhill was and what he represented.
Along with several other designers, it seems as though film director Wes Anderson may have been on Christopher Bailey's mind while developing what the Prorsum man would be wearing come fall. I can just imagine Adrian Brody and Ralph Fiennes frantically running through the streets of a quaint imagined ghetto draped in any one of these haute looks. The show had a moody, nostalgic warmth, and the overall look was eclectic boho, and for the most part, decidedly smart.