Model over-board: Oshkosh jackets, sail cloth and ocean prints prove sea-worthy
Captain Ahab's men share a pint before heading out to sea.
Nautical themes in menswear history, from sailor tradition to eighties archive.
Old-school Oshkosh jackets, nylon sail cloth, bubbling ocean prints and shorts in sea-ready rubberized cotton.
How they wore it:
Zip-up drysuits worn under crisp blazers.
Classic Chakos strappy sport sandals, waterproof of course.
Wet, slicked back waves breaking over the crown of the head and fanning out to the neck.
Echoey: like listening to the DJ at a pool party with your head under water.
A sea-foam runway.
The time to vine:
A model tripping over a protruding piece of foam during the finale.
Most likely to:
Be worn on a private jet flying from New York to Nantucket.
Models: Ian Sharp (@johnny_hollow_reaver), Robert Laby (@RobertLaby), Tino Thielens (@tinothielens), Laurie Harding (@LaurieHarding_), Max Von Isser (@MaxvonIsser), Arthur, Christian Garcia, Matt McGlone, Paris Nicholson (@ParisNicholson), Nicholas Costa, Jacob Scott (@jacobscot), Matthew Bell (@MatthewBell93), Michael Sutton, Collin Tennant, David Metcalfe, Kyle Mobus (@KyleMobus25), Ben Allen (@benjaminsallen), James Gatenby @JimmyGModel, Tommaso de Benedictis, Alexander Ferrario, Eli Hall (@eli_thehoneybadger), Ronald Epps (@ronald_epps), Sung Jin (@xavier_park), Arthur Gosse