The flow and symmetry of the ‘line’ in all of its forms, was the primary thought behind Carlo Brandelli’s collection for Kilgour this season.

The work has focused on The idea of allowing the vertically running visible lines on the tailoring to fall cleanly. Further design proposals expressing the seam details and darts -acknowledging the actual ‘working’ parts of a jacket which give shape. Achieving symmetry and form with accurate angles. A reductive aesthetic for clarity.

Contemporary notch fly fronted jacket in black granite textured wool with silk knit scarf and mohair fly fronted trouser.

Multi purpose knitted suit in dark navy wool/cashmere. Silk V-neck T-shirt.


SB nylon jacket with contemporary collar, white knitted crew, navy denim flat fronted trouser and grey contrast suede alcantara bag.

Flight jacket in white perforated suede.

Fine gauge knitted riso stitch light grey T-shirt with contrast sleeve and navy denim flat fronted trousers.

Stand shawl jacket in dark navy double silk weave with navy mohair flat fronted trouser and white silk scarf.


Contemporary peak suit in dark navy wool with contrast silk collar and asymmetric silk waistcoat with spot insert.

Kilgour  (5 Savile Row, London W1S 3PB)