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Martyn Bal Spring/Summer 2010 COLLECTION


Photos: Richard Stow

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Martyn Bal makes boyfriend-ready clothes. For Spring/Summer 2010 he offers up a capsule collection of effortlessly classic apparel that are the core of his aesthetic. What I love about this unembelished collection are the little details like the brushed cotton and the cut of the pleated pants. These little features give Bal’s pieces a sense of luxury without the glare. My favorites are definitely the leather jacket and buttoned sleeveless shirt.

Photographed by Richard Stow at Knebworth House, musician Eric Hassle provides the look for this season’s presentation.

Related posts:
  1. Chanel Spring/Summer 2010: Details
  2. Kenzo Autumn/Winter 2010/11 Collection
  3. Martyn Bal, Romantically Long-Term
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