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Scene setting: As we descended on Belstaff's presentation, we were plunged into the 1950s subculture of the 'ton-up' boys. In an underground Westminster car park, motorcycle veterans covered in pins greeted us while indie rock band The Propellers performed. Inside, model bikers took a break from life on the road by hanging around, drinking tea and playing board games.
Mood Board: Inspired by this particular and peculiar way of life, Belstaff's head of menswear Frederik Dyhr let the atmosphere breathe masculinity and easy-going leisure, mainly in black, red and white leather, spruced up by shearling or fur trims.
Best in show: White layered turtlenecks translated the need for warmth on a windy road elegantly, as did the many leather jumpsuits and heavy-duty white leather coats.
Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
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