Calling all Netflix fanatics, how many famous faces did you recognise on the Fendi front row?
Daniel Kearns’ latest collection for Kent & Curwen took its lead from post-First World War gents, fusing classic codes of English sportswear (as is the K&C way) with PJ Wodehouse and the Gentleman’s Club. It’s little wonder business backer David Beckham was shopping from the front row. The designer, who also unveiled T-shirts in sweetie wrapper plastics and a series of experimental half-and-half parkas, offered up an original take on a British classic.
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