Yousefzada's own style - which he says veers between "dandy and more relaxed" - may generally be less flamboyant than his menswear pieces, but the collection is created to dovetail perfectly with his women's offering.
"I considered what a Latin lover would wear," he said of the spring/summer 2016 pieces that sit alongside his Frida Kahlo-inspired ready-to-wear, "and what he would wear when he was in love. I was searching for the lover that Kahlo writes to in her profound love letter: 'I'd like to paint you but there are no colours, because there are so many, in my confusion. The tangible form of my great love'. So I decided to put him on the runway. That was his first sojourn. This proper autumn/winter 2016 collection is built on the idea of what you would wear when you are in love, but the man also has an essence of Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon."
"The jackets are light and mould to your body, but are tailored enough to give you a great silhouette," he explained. "I am using more womenswear fabrics than conventional men's tailoring fabrics; like the patterned bonded-silk with hand-drawn stained-glass leaves, an elegant corded moire silk, the rockstar-blue satin, and the chicest of soft grey flannels. For the lookbook, we completed the looks with classic white shirts and Barry Lyndon dandy pussy bows."