If you think of a Top Ten of patterns which proof that fashion can be so timeless, plaid is probably among the Top Three when it comes to staying power. Discover Albert Kriemler’s new plaid versions that define the season
Plaid is a staple in the arsenal of timeless, equestrian-inspired patterns, most notably in winter collections. Being the fabric maven he is, Albert Kriemler reimagined plaid in unique St. Gallen embroidery versions and as a jacquard made of the finest signature Akris natural fibers. And he created a perfect timeless plaid coat with a seasonal twist. Mix textures to create your own imaginative look.
The Flannel Plaid
If you want a more fitted double-breasted look, this wool flannel plaid coat exemplifies a perfectly tailored version. Side slits add a feminine vibe and let you move fast in a long coat. Detachable Tibet lamb cuffs create a dash of volume at the sleeves, if you feel like sending a distinct fashion message.
The St Gallen Embroidery Plaid
Albert Kriemler is always researching unexpected renditions of the storied artisanal St. Gallen embroidery. This coat features the arguably most surprising embroidery of the season – a wool silk plaid embroidery in pine.
Add a wool silk pullover with volume sleeves and pleated cuffs, a wrap style lamb nappa leather skirt and finish off with a horsehair belt. A Ai medium shoulder bag with fringe detail completes the look.
The Silk Jacquard Plaid
This multi-colored asymmetrical 3-D Plaid St. Gallen embroidery wool jacket is a wardrobe asset you will find yourself wearing constantly - not just this fall. The plaid is wool stitched on silk organza. Layer it over a multi-colored plaid cashmere and silk jacquard cardigan jacket and pair with this season’s favorite accessory – an oversized silk jacquard fringed scarf.