Featuring objects of both provenance and purpose, ‘dunhill Compendium’, our new collection for Autumn Winter 2021, is a play between the homespun and urbane, of utility and formality, brought together with an easeful, almost slovenly sophistication. In many ways, it is a reflection on how we live now, together with a summation of dunhill’s past, present and future.

“LAST SEASON WAS ABOUT STOPPING AND ASSESSING; IT WAS ABOUT THE RIGOUR OF PROCESS. THIS COLLECTION STILL HAS THAT, FOR ONE, THERE IS AN INQUISITIVE EXPLORATION OF THE EXPERTISE OF TAILORING. BUT THERE IS ALSO THE JOYFUL IMMEDIACY OF FOUND OBJECTS AS WELL AS THE DOMESTIC AND HOMESPUN, PERSONAL AND PLAYFUL MOMENTS UNDERPINNED BY THE RIGOUR OF FORMALITY AND UTILITY.”

MARK WESTON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR

“THE COLLECTION ALSO REFLECTS THAT VERY BRITISH WAY OF DRESSING, SOMETHING REALLY NOT SEEN ANYWHERE ELSE, SOMETHING MORE MESSY YET STYLISH, PRACTICAL YET FORMAL. THERE IS AN IDEA OF CONFIDENCE TO IT – IT IS NOT UPTIGHT, OR PRISSY, OR MANNERED IN THAT EUROPEAN WAY. IT’S ABOUT A CERTAIN INDIVIDUALISM AND AN ELEMENT OF THE CASUAL – AN INTUITIVE RESPONSE TO CLOTHES THAT JUST FEELS RIGHT. IT’S THAT BRITISH SLOVENLY SOPHISTICATION, SLOVENLY YET CHIC.”

MARK WESTON, CREATIVE DIRECTOR