A place where old meets new. The City of London is an architectural time capsule characterised by clashes of medieval landmarks, Victorian arches and modern skyscrapers.
The Gieves & Hawkes spring / summer 19 collection celebrates the tailoring house’s roots at No 1 Savile Row. An address that signifies both the height of sartorial elegance and the spirit of British adventure being the former home of The Royal Geographical Society. The references are brought to life throughout the collection’s tailoring with tropical patterns, earthy tones and functional fabrics.
I put together 3 of the season’s tailoring looks, starting with;
A striking yet sophisticated business look; this ocean blue double-breasted suit screams power with its wide-cut lapel and dark windowpane check. Cut from an English woven lightweight wool makes it perfect for the warmer days in the office, tie off and its daring enough for the night. Here styled with a floral patterned silk and a linen handkerchief.
Earthy tones are my personal favourites for the spring and summer. They are easy to mix & match and makes a more casual look. I broke up this classic-cut dark green suit with a striped linen shirt and a brown tie.[easy-image-collage id=1003]
Lightweight tailoring is the best tool to stay sharp in the city heat. This navy and white puppytooth suit is cut from an open-weave fresco cloth designed to breathe. Here styled with a striped silk/linen tie and tropically patterned handkerchief.
Yours sincerely, Mathias le Fèvre
Photography by Nick Tydeman