Introducing the AW20 collection

Introducing the AW20 collection

November 03, 2020
Watch our new look book film for a first look at the Autumn/Winter ’20 collection
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It’s that time again. We’re thrilled to be launching this new website with our Autumn/Winter ’20 collection front and centre. From contemporary tailoring to luxurious weekendwear, Thom Sweeney AW20 is designed to see you effortlessly through the week from Monday to Sunday; with an emphasis on relaxed designs and understated styling. This year, flexible working and staying local has become an important part of our lives. We’ve designed the collection to work with this step change; thinking in terms of an off-duty wardrobe that’s as put-together as our suits and separates. To this end, casual outerwear and cashmere knitwear feature heavily this winter, so you can build a comfortable wardrobe that feels as luxurious as it looks.

We also spent time late last year researching, visiting and vetting several new, small-scale Italian workshops that create stunning outerwear pieces (particularly blousons and deconstructed overcoats) and we’re excited to be introducing more smart-casual jackets to the collection. Key pieces include this season’s cream cashmere bomber, deconstructed navy wool peacoat, and lightweight navy and grey laser cut coat. As always, we’ve road-tested these new additions carefully, so we have every confidence you’ll like what you see in our look book film.

Casual pieces aside, we maintain there are still plenty of reasons to dress up. This season’s suits and separates features our signature lightweight construction, cut with sharp lapels, natural shoulders and truly luxurious fabrics to the fore. We’ve focused on softly textured fabrics over loud patterns, with jackets cut in fine wool and cashmere blends from the prestigious Italian mill, Loro Piana, or else plush cotton corduroy with a soft, velvety handle.

In the same vein, the collection’s colour palette is timeless with royal blues, navies and tonal shades of grey set against earthy colours appropriate for the autumn/winter season; expect statement separates and staple knitwear in warm shades of cream, taupe and olive green. As always, we hope you see something you like. 
With best wishes, 
Thom & Luke

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