Lou Dalton's Fall/Winter 2018 Focuses on Tactile Knits

Simplicity through textures.

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London-based designer Lou Dalton has always had a knack for infusing sharp-tailored clothing into everyday casual looks and that story continues on for the creative’s Fall/Winter 2018 range.

At the brand’s presentation, viewers got a glimpse of the designer’s masterful execution of tactile knits. Scarves and sweaters were spun in stripes and melange patterns alongside quirky bulbous detailing. Loose outerwear and louche trousers also made an impactful impression, signaling a more laid-back trend direction for the cooler months. Take a look above and chime in with your thoughts.

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