For Autumn/Winter 2012, modern British classic Oliver Spencer has once again crafted a collection that further cements the brand
into British fashion history.
Taking inspiration from 1970’s art-house and the styling of Lucian Freud in his younger years, the collection is held together by a well thought out use of colour, texture and the quality craftsmanship that we’ve all come to expect from this brand.
The collection is built around bold suiting, heavy knits and outerwear that all encompass clean, fluid lines throughout and look incredibly easy to piece together into a well thought out look. Capped-toe Oxfords make a welcome appearance to the collection, along with fisherman’s hats, scarves and gloves. The sort of accessories that it’s hard to tire of.
The lookbook itself follows the same principles as the collection; bright textured backgrounds with a cut and paste aesthetic applied to the photographs. It’s nice to see a company taking a risk and putting out something a little out-there, whilst still staying true to the essance of the brand and the collection itself; the modern gentleman.
The new collection is now available from Oliver Spencer with further pieces to be made available soon.