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UNIS Spring/Summer 2011 collection

May 6, 2011

It’s been new collection crazy on the blog this week. So following in that theme, here’s a look at New York based UNIS’ new Spring/Summer 2011 collection, which recently went up on their website. As we’ve come to expect, it’s a range once again full of simplicity, great colour and the casual, soft tailored approach the label’s now well known for.

The brand has always said it’s “inspired by and designed for the contemporary downtown man”, and the range is about suiting the wearer, not about being brash or loud, just the subtlety of cut and colour that you’d want from a garment. Again it’s that whole ‘refined basics’ I’ve spoken of before – the simple garments you can wear everyday that work well with pretty much anything you put them with.

Shirting comes in either long or short sleeves, with checks, stripes and plains in there and a mix of cuts and detailing depending on what you fancy. The Gio pant is of course still present and is undoubtedly one of UNIS’ best known pieces. It’s available in an array of colours, from the somber navy and charcoal through to cream, sand and if you’re feeling adventurous Pink.

Also in the mix are shorts in loads of colours and polo shirts (it’s a Spring/Summer collection after all), plus a couple of pieces of outerwear in the form of a blazer and a trench – so everything you’d need for the warmer months in a small but concise collection of great clothes, with everything produced and manufactured in either New York City or Los Angeles.

To see more of the collection, for more information on the brand, or to shop online go here: UNIS.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 6, 2011 11:30 am

    Gios are one of the best pants on the market. They’re expensive as hell, but worth it.

  2. iain permalink
    May 6, 2011 2:05 pm

    unis always looks really nice clothing,would be good if they made it available in the uk

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