Versatility and exclusivity are the cornerstones of the Huntsman Autumn-Winter 2022 collection. For Head Cutter and Creative Director Campbell Carey creating a capsule wardrobe that meets the sartorial demands of the contemporary Huntsman was paramount, and in doing so crowing his collection with new and exclusive cloths, as well as cloth of luxury and rarity from some of our favourite Mills.
The result is a comprehensive collection of new designs and classic silhouettes, executed with signature Huntsman style, for this season, and for seasons to come.
For the collection, Campbell has created tweed and cashmere jackets, in designs exclusive to Huntsman, which are available to pre-order now.
For the weekend, we introduce our first shirt jacket in a sensational sage green denim mix. Designed to be worn over a classic crew neck or casual shirt for relaxed layering, making it the perfect transitional garment for off-duty dressing.
You’ll also find more versatility in our trousers and shirts, with new easy-to-wear micro-cord and cotton-twill, which is so soft and supple against your skin, as well as our favourite flat-fronted flannels in vibrant autumnal hues.
Campbell has paid particular attention in developing exclusive cloth for the collection. From Joshua Elis, two statement sport coats in Huntsman exclusive cashmere hairline check, available to pre-order online now!.
And new styles of suiting; our signature silhouette that not only looks good, but feels fantastic, in escorial flannel. A homage to the original ‘Man In The Grey Flannel Suit’, and Huntsman patron Gregory Peck.
No Autumn-Winter collection would be complete without the addition of outerwear. This year Campbell has created two cashmere overcoats in a classic double-breasted style and new for this season the beautiful Ulster overcoat, as a more relaxed counterpart.
Crowing the collection, is the midnight teal dinner jacket, in sumptuous rich velvet. Available to pre-order now, for festive parties and beyond; consider this your new favourite eveningwear garment. In a colour that plays in light and shadow, roped with silk braiding, and finished with a gauntlet cuff, this dinner jacket is perfectly balanced and holds about it a sense of refinement.