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Established after four years of training under the masterful wing of Lucas Ossendrijver at Lanvin, Boramy Viguier’s own menswear label is now in its second year. Not one to conform to the norm, Viguier has won industry praise for his bold cuts and juxtaposition of materials and styles. His recently released FW19 collection continues this combination of looks, bringing together technical, performance-led wear and more formal shapes. London-based retailer Browns is stocking the latest Boramy Viguier pieces, and we’ve selected some new season highlights below.

The brand’s contrast patch shirt is presented in a classic shape, but provides some modern detail through the arm patch and contrasting brown trim to the chest. Combine with the paneled red pants, a hiking-inspired pair of trousers that pack side zipped pockets and elasticated ankles, to really mix things up.

Boramy Viguier’s nylon and cotton long-sleeve features a zippable front pocket for those essentials, and also offers opportunity to maximize the luxe-tech look through a spacious V-neck opening. To do so, the long-sleeve could be worn over Viguier’s roll neck jumper to bring some extra formal to the function.

View more of the Boramy Viguier FW19 collection below.

Contrast Patch Shirt

Boramy Viguier

$536

Protection Cotton Roll Neck Jumper

Boramy Viguier

$311

Technical Fabric Gilet

Boramy Viguier

$594

V-neck Long Sleeve Top

Boramy Viguier

$490

Blacktrooper Hooded Jacket

Boramy Viguier

$594

V-neck Long Sleeve Top

Boramy Viguier

$524

Contrasting Panels Wide-leg Trousers

Boramy Viguier

$565

Contrasting Panels Wide Leg Trousers

Boramy Viguier

$565

Pocket Detail Parka Coat

Boramy Viguier

$2137

Graphic Print T-shirt

Boramy Viguier

$179

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  • Curated by: Yulia Pankova
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