Veronique Branquinho looked upon men's fashion as a selection of indispensable evergreens worn by realistic men, rather than focusing on idols, muses or remote stars. Due to her subtle approach to men’s wear, her vision can be described as nonchalant dressiness with a conceptual themes, and highest attention to detail, construction and fabrication.
One of the most impressive examples of her tailoring are the wide cut trousers which she designed every season in a multiple fabrics and colors (we think they are as iconic as anatomical cut from Margiela). This particular one is crafted from light/mid weight wool fabric in grey pinstripe pattern.
Slightly flared, wide form is balanced with elongated inseam and fitting of the upper leg. Highly recommended item. Note the detail on the sides!