We are really excited by our new collection.
Recently we got Sydney based photographer Guy Coombes to shoot it for Look Book and Campaign imagery and this will start appearing on the website and in print advertising this week.
A big part of it will also be showcased at New Zealand Fashion Week later in the month, especially the more formal aspects and wedding looks.
I particularly like the garment I have selected for this post. This tonal combination is the perfect summer outfit, suitable for the races or a wedding.
The lightweight Two-piece suit was made using Harrisons of Edinburgh Mystique bunch book in light grey. The style is a Rusden Coat and Bayonet Trouser; this is a new development for summer with small subtle changes to the coat and trouser.
Over all the coat features a lower break and we have done a lot of work on the sleeve. The trouser has a slimmer leg than its predecessor.
It is seen here with a Burlington shirt in White cotton from Thomas Mason and a Severin necktie in Bone. The tie is part of the new collection designed and developed on our trip to Italy earlier in the year and is woven exclusively for us.
The Silk pochette is the finishing touch.
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