Belstaff’s luxurious fall collection fused the brand’s motocross heritage with a pioneering explorer. Delphine Ninous, Belstaff’s vice president of women’s design, said she’d been inspired by an American journalist and historian called Edith “Jackie” Ronne, who in 1947 became the first woman to make an expedition to the Antarctic.
That translated into lots of snug outerwear, styled with an edge. A heavy shearling coat — inspired by Inuit costume — was paired with skinny leather pants, as was another cool coat done in a patchwork of gray, black and russet shades of fur.
And for less chilly weather, there was a silk bomber embroidered with a phoenix’s wings, which took its cues both from Belstaff’s logo and Inuit costume.
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