Corridor feels the way it does because there’s a clear purpose in the fabrication. Before the cloth is cut, it has been hand-selected to bring drape and texture to the season. Designer Dan Snyder seeks out materials with texture and idiosyncratic elements, making clothing accessible and interesting with a satisfying handfeel.
And then, Corridor’s award-winning patternmaking takes it from there with comfortable shoulders, natural movement, a tailored fit, and lines that are always concise and clean - adding up to a cool warmth of maturity.
Corridor’s 3-panel shirting provides extra movement without the pattern disruption of darts - making them a more structured fit. Using seersucker, linen, and breathable cotton along with patterns for vacation time and country formal get-togethers, Corridor's SS19 has family and friends in mind. And the sweaters this season are ready for cool evenings and easy breathing.
There’s a consistency of handsomeness that is both striking and comfortable.