Dun­hill’s Cado­gan En­gine Col­lec­tion puts a fresh twist on archival prints.

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dun­hill old prints.

The legacy of Sir Al­fred Dun­hill can be traced back to his mo­tor­ing roots, so it is no sur­prise to dis­cover that one of the sig­na­ture archival prints of the house is called “En­gine Turn”, as in­spired by the en­gi­neer­ing process of carv­ing an­gles and lines into metal to cre­ate repet­i­tive geo­met­ric pat­terns. This sea­son, dun­hill has reimag­ined the print in bolder lines and brighter colours for their Cado­gan En­gine Col­lec­tion across a range of clas­sic leather goods such as bill­folds, wal­lets and a zipped fo­lio. To para­phrase Mark We­ston, the newly ap­pointed Creative Di­rec­tor of the house, it’s not a revo­lu­tion of dun­hill, but rather an evo­lu­tion, and this col­lec­tion marks the first step in that di­rec­tion.

Words by Eu­gene Lim Pho­to­graph by Ray­mond Lee Styling by Lim Siu Fang

Clock­wise from left Leather bill­fold wal­let, SGD490; leather zip fo­lio, SGD700; leather zip around wal­let, SGD880, all by dun­hill.

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