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Summer Comes Early

29th January 2012 | Posted in Mens
Is it too early to start thinking about summer? At, we think not! It may be near to freezing outside, but sun is just around the corner, and we’re already starting to prepare for the season of sun, sea and sand. We’re receiving new spring/summer ranges daily, from some familiar brands and a few new faces that everyone is very excited to have at This season sees the arrival of the Paul Smith Red Ear range. Inspired by original traditional work wear from Paul Smith’s own archive, Red Ear pieces are created using traditional techniques and outstanding design, to give each piece unique character, with a classic Paul Smith feel. We love the print on this Red Ear T-shirt… Spring 2012 also sees the arrival of Suit. Launched in 2004, Suit combines classic tailoring with conventional style and quality fabrics to give you the ultimate, no-nonsense clean and modern style. These stripe t-shirts will work brilliantly this summer with a pair of chinos… For a more premium look, why not take a look at MA.STRUM? Born from the Massimo Osti archive in Italy, it draws inspiration from the man who bought us Stone Island and C.P. Company. This jacket will look stylish with any bottoms… We have also taken delivery of part of our new Scotch and Soda range. Originally from Amsterdam, Scotch and Soda adds a touch of chic to classic fashion pieces. We love this denim shirt and the skinny fit chinos RJG

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