Deveaux S/S 2018

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This afternoon, Deveaux presented their S/S18 collection at En Japanese Brassier. Designers Matt Breen, Andrea Tsao, and Patrick Doss found inspiration in a minimalistic mindset, constructing clean lines with subtle details to produce maximum punch. Graphic knit sweaters were shown underneath striped collared cardigans while cuffed quarter zip shirts were tucked into lux cargos. Models walked the runway with miniature pocket necklaces dangling around their necks. One ensemble included a thigh-grazing overcoat with an oversized collar and matching taupe pants.

The trio behind the brand took note of the “Dad Look” trend, as a number of crisp collared shirts were belted into pleated trousers. Deveaux’s interpretation of the infamous tube sock and Velcro combo was truly compelling, as the dated pairing enjoyed a much-needed revamp. A highlight of the show included a womenswear look that incorporated a navy linen blazer tucked into a pair of paper-bag waist trouser. Deveaux proves their unwavering capacity to churn out impeccably crafted collections with their SS18.