Neil Barrett has a longstanding reputation in the fashion industry. He's worked with everyone from Prada to Gucci before launching his eponymous label. This season he's taken a decidedly oppositional stand with color juxtaposing crisp, clean winter whites with his signature rumpled leathers. There were some lovely, and effectively use of tonally pleasing gradient shifts in certain knits and use of warm, wooly fleece, a theme that has been showing in a few collections. All in all, the collection was sexy, modern but not overly wrought, a modern man's wardrobe for the guy on the go. His only misstep? The ill-fitting motorcycle like pants that were paired with some ensembles. Hey, you can't win 'em all.