With its collection of autumn winter 2014/15, Daks, which holds Royal Warrants of three members of the Royal Family, celebrates its 120 year anniversary.Appearances are reminiscent of the British iconic images over the past century – the newsagent in London, the Dandy, the Beatle, the Inspector.
The Fox Hunter and the officer of the First British Army World War were all resurrected pages history.Double breasted coats with leather sleeves lined army green ribbed sweaters and leather aviator jackets cross were just some of the pieces that military references in the collection are highlighted.
The newsboy cap, innovated with shiny gold fabric, fabrics and burgundy velvet, played a supporting role, while capes, exaggerated plaid scarves and turtlenecks, provided the collection a romantic touch. Leather, velvet and gold pants disco-ball collection frustrated in the 21st century.
With “Paint it Black” by adjusting the rate of the Rolling Stones, the crowd was reminded that like singing music London 60, there are some things the English do better.Daks Fall Winter Collection challenged a crowd of English-gentleman styles we’ve seen in the city this week.