A yearning for and nods to the countryside, mountains and rustic or austere locations are the point of departure for Lander Urquijo’s vision of winter 2018/19.
We hark back to the past without forgetting the present. This collection revisits the favourite suit for men more than a century ago – the three-piece suit. In recent years it has only been worn on more formal occasions, but at Lander Urquijo we are ready to advocate the return of the waistcoat, while modernising it in the way it needs.
Prince of Wales, gingham, tartan or windowpane checks. Any of these geometric varieties have a place in the AW18 collection. And never stint on colour: mix them and add some print. Take a risk!
The collection is based on materials and textures above everything else. Corduroy, flannel, tweed… they are the stars and the source of inspiration for creating garments which showcase each of the pieces through their updated volumes.
Green tones, khaki, ochre, browns and blues come to the fore, turning a stroll through the city into a walk in the woods. Don’t be afraid to invest in designs with these colours since their versatility allows for a host of different combinations. They go with everything.
Loose, light cuts have captured the limelight in a season that seeks to forget about the tightness of past seasons. The straight silhouette dominates the collection and works for all occasions. This AW18, the proportions once again expand to erase any hint of your anatomy.