Editorial: «The Fashion File» Massimo Dutti A/W 2016

Massimo Dutti is back with more visual content to showcase highlights from their Fall/Winter 2016 collection.

Embedded in their modern dandy aesthetic, the brand cleverly adjusts its sensitivity towards a less formal silhouette that what they are known for in their Fashion File editorial. Their customer is shifting towards a more urban man that is less worried about suits and more about style and comfort, living at the intersection of both.

Alongside their main line, the editorial features pieces from their recent capsule collections. I am not too crazy about the equestrian-themed mini collection, but I appreciate the sartorial effort in their new Personal Tailoring line:

Both the clothes and the accessories represent new heights for them, by way of a refined tailoring and using better quality natural fabrics.

Finally, I have been enjoying the latest addition to Massimo Dutti's revamp, The Paper. A nice creative effort to provide good quality editorial content. Longer and comprehensive features on their editorials, lifestyle and stylish contributors like Noah Mills.