Edit. Introduces Deveaux New York Onto Their Roster
Edit. has recently added New York based brand Deveaux to their mix with their latest Fall/Winter 2018 Collection. Founded in 2016 by Matthew Breen and designer Andrea Tsao, they are no strangers to the menswear world and aim to fill the void by providing garments for a modern lifestyle. Quickly the brand garnered popularity for their ready-to-wear line and was soon seen on the shelves of Totokaelo, Fred Segal and United Arrows.
Late last year legendary street style photographer Tommy Ton signed on as artistic director at Deveaux. Breen, Tsao and Ton are growing Deveaux into a unisex line, pulling fabrics that work with both genders on cuts that are masculine but feature slight tweaks for women. Talking to Vogue Ton said: “We’re trying to create beautiful everyday pieces with a gestural, loose fit” Through his street style photography when he asked a woman about a specific jacket or coat they were often borrowed from their boyfriend or husband, this shift to a more unisex style of dressing appealed to Ton.
This season brings strong textures and fabrics in the form of a heavy herringbone, a soft Japanese wool melton and a supple corduroy perfect for seasonal layering or as bold stand out pieces. The piece that has caught our attention the most is the Robe Coat, it features a shawl collar with a self-fabric waist tie sure to catch some looks, it seems like the perfect statement coat with the ability to be worn casually with sneakers especially a runner. You can shop select pieces from Deveaux at Edit. now.
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