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Oliver Spencer Spring/Summer 2012 collection

December 7, 2011

Here’s a look at Oliver Spencer’s lookbook for his next season’s collection. After seeing this up close at London Fashion Week it’s a collection I’m really looking forward to coming out and I’ve already got my eye on a couple of pieces that I want.

As I previously stated in my London Fashion Week show post (find that here), the new season range is inspired by French Mod. This influence comes through in the soft tailored approach Spencer is so fond of and good at. There’s an elegant yet very casual feel to the whole thing with lots of subtlety throughout and nothing trying to hard to impress.

Impress it does too, with light cotton outerwear, of which the khaki jackets are fantastic (complete with contrasting orange reversed buttons) and shirts come resplendent in polka dots, checks and the odd solid colour too providing a bit of something for everyone. Well cut light cotton trousers (in a few different shades) take care of your legs and there’s a smattering of fine knitwear present too.

Then there’s the proper suiting in linen or wool/cotton blends if you’re after something a bit smarter (the all white double breasted affair is fucking great), or if something more casual is your thing then there’s some lovely T-shirts in various stripes and if you’re feeling particularly Summery, short trousers.

All of this should be in store in the next few months. For more information on the brand, or to buy this season’s collection online, go here: Oliver Spencer

3 Comments leave one →
  1. lost in the post permalink
    December 7, 2011 10:28 am

    i think i like the last image; the one with the blazer jacket and the hat

  2. Smartypants123 permalink
    December 7, 2011 11:14 am

    An utterly excellent collection of clothes from a designer who just gets better and better. HIm and Folk have got original UK Menswear sorted imo.

  3. vern.black@gmail.com permalink
    December 7, 2011 5:54 pm

    Would be interesting to see where Oliver Spencer finds himself in 10 years in terms of popularity on an international scale, credibility, design nous etc.

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