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Without Prejudice Spring/Summer 2015

Winter is over, the eagerly awaited summer season is drawing ever closer and the sun is rising on a bold new collection from the newly awarded Drapers Menswear Brand of the Year, Without Prejudice. Drawing inspiration from the balmy summers of Southern Europe and the magnificent beauty of the Adriatic coastline, the SS15 collection features a veritable melting pot of striking colours, soft fabrics and strong shapes.

Further reference was drawn from celebrated poet John Dunn’s thought-provoking, The Sun Rising, in which the Sun is observed as a female form, leading to the creation of a collection in touch with its feminine side.

For formalwear, the ever popular Randolph 3 piece suit deservingly takes the limelight. Worked in new summer colourways; pale blue and for the more daring, a striking cobalt blue , this best-selling suit is crafted in the finest light weight Italian fabrics allowing movement and breathability on steamy summer days. Highlight details include the statement notch lapel and hand selected contrast buttons. Pair the baby blue Randolph 3 piece with a contrast cotton satin double button shirt in stand-out coral and complete the look with a houndstooth check pure silk tie and matching pocket square crafted on the shores of Lake Como for an event outfit guaranteed to turn heads.

For a more casual daytime outfit, the collection features a range of striking lightweight cotton jackets and linen suits. Highlight pieces include the College puppytooth jacket in blue and the Buckley linen jacket in cobalt blue. Combine with a contrast pastel cotton or linen shirt and finish the outfit with a pair of cotton chinos for a relaxed summer look guaranteed to stand out from the crowds. Or for an equally dapper casual look, pair the exquisitely woven white linen Hiley suit with a pistachio polo shirt. Simply add a pair of shades and the obligatory Summer mojito.


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