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Notable attendees included:
Andy Cohen, Alex Pettyfer, Bryan Greenberg, Chloe Nargaard, Henrik Lundqvist, Jamie Chung, Jaime King, Karolina Kurkova, Kate Bosworth, Louise Roe, Michael Polish, Olivier Martinez, Rachel Zoe, Rodger Berman
New York, NY (September 10th, 2015) – The House of GANT’s Spring 2016 collection consists of three sub brands; GANT Originals, GANT Diamond G, and GANT Rugger.
GANT Originals, taking inspiration from the Yacht Club, Golf Club, and Beach Club, presents a perfect wardrobe for an outdoor lifestyle. With casual, comfortable silhouettes in bright summer colors such as orange, turquoise, and navy, all materials are kept light. Classic and sporty American Sportswear, with an added European sophistication.
GANT Diamond G, consisting of polished, modern, Ivy League inspired, trend aware pieces, is the most sophisticated of the three. With separates, sets and shirts, the boundaries between business casual and leisurewear are blurred. Small geometrics and graphic floras in double-faced, hopsack, twill and denim are seen in shades of black and white, classic dark blue, Hamptons blue, filament orange, fragola pink, indigo and khaki. The line, which is shirt-centric, focuses on versatile tailoring, travel and a sophisticated off-duty look.
GANT Rugger, paying homage to the GANT icon is the result of a collection that breathes future and innovation more than heritage. With a variety of shirt-hybrids, box bleats and curved bottoms, hems not only on shirts but also on jackets, blazers, outerwear and dresses in blues and whites, the innovative details and silhouettes speak for themselves.
“We found our inspiration in the clean lines of the Beinecke Library, as well as the intellectual energy on campuses all over the US and the great things that come from it.” – GANT Creative Director, Christopher Bastin
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