Five ways x Dunhill overcoat

The five ways team shows the best ways to wear Dunhill's versatile and elegant half wrap coat in navy

Style 15 Oct 2018

Navy cashmere mix half wrap coat (seen throughout), £2,395; Wool pinstripe jacket, £1,595; shirt, £250; wool pinstripe trousers, £425; tie, £125; tote, £2,295; shoes, £595; Dunhill;
Cashmere sweater, £370; polo shirt (just seen), £175; check scarf, £295; holdall, £4,095; Dunhill;
Tweed track jacket, £1,095; tweed track pants, £350; trainers, £380; Dunhill;
Cashmere sweater, £370; check evening scarf, £175; raw denim trousers, £250; tote, £2,295; shoes, £495; Dunhill;
Merino roll neck, £325; flannel trousers, £195; zip folio, £1,150; Dunhill;

From unlikely beginnings as a family-run harness-making business, where Alfred Dunhill started as an apprentice in 1887, Dunhill progressed to focussing on motoring accessories, then – in the past century – became a specialist in luxury menswear.

Today, creative director Mark Weston works under the watchwords of precision, subversion, utility and elegance.

Dunhill clothing plays with the boundaries between classic formality and the casual to create contemporary looks, with nods of respect to the brand’s heritage.

This multifaceted approach defines the British brand. The half wrap coat in navy is a new addition to the brand’s collection.

It is made from soft 50 per cent cashmere and 50 per cent wool, which is a key fabric for Dunhill and will be carried through into future collections. In typical Dunhill style, its versatility lends itself to the formal and the more casual.