Technically Track - An Autumn Editorial
From the very beginning, contemporary sportswear has been a central pillar of the Les Deux aesthetic. Whether it is mixing the elegant lines of a classic suit trouser with the softness of a terry hoodie - or putting together crisp white sneakers and a suit jacket, we as a brand, has always sought to challenge the rules of the male silhouette.
For our Autumn 20 collection, we taken a stance in our efforts within track styles. Traditionally, sportswear has been characterized by vibrant colours and a playful aesthetic. So, by curating the palette towards a more sophisticated, masculine radiance – as well as focusing solely on premium technical fabrics, we are bringing sportswear into the luxury segment. We believe, that activewear should be an integrated part of any mans wardrobe.
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The Jefferson Track suit is our interpretation of the classic track suit. Constructed from a durable lightweight nylon fabric, the garments fall effortlessly on the body. The half-zip closure and cargo pockets give the garments a modern aesthetic, that puts functionality front and centre. The pieces can be styled separately, as well as in a set for a more composed expression.
Furthermore, having the right footwear is key when you go through the transitional months. Our Calle Suede trainer is the perfect complement, no matter the get-up. Sewn in Portugal from high-end suede, the trainers are sure to last a lifetime. Pair them with any outfit – from your tailored suit to your worn-in Sunday sweats.
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Lastly, do not be afraid to match your rugged sportswear items with finer tailoring. A little effort can often take your style in a completely new direction. Our Cristoph oxford shirt is a timeless staple, untouched by trends. Yet, by styling this classic garment with a cargo trouser - or maybe a pair of oversize shorts, the shirt becomes part of something novel and fresh.