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De Fursac Spring/Summer 2012 collection

February 17, 2012

This dropped into the blog inbox the other day. De Fursac is a French label, founded in 1973 by the Laufer Brothers. They’re not a name I’d heard of before but from the look of this they’re putting together some lovely collections of eminently wearable Men’s clothing.

This Spring/Summer collection offers Men a complete wardrobe for every moment of the day and evening, from casual items through to Tuxedo’s and formal attire. It’s a collection that’s sober but discreetly balanced and enhanced with touches of bright colour that sit against the more somber navy, black and grey pieces.

Lines are crisp and clean throughout this range of reinterpreted classics and even pieces like knitwear and shorts have a sharpness of line about them. There’s a pair of denim trousers (surely the epitome of smart/casual attire), proving that you can tailor anything and make it smart and some lovely outerwear, especially the simple raincoat in the first image.

Fabrics are supplied by the finest Italian cloth manufacturers (Lanificio Cerruti and Boggio Casero) and these exceptional quality materials are developed in partnership with De Fursac. This in turn give their collections an inimitable character with materials made specifically for them – it’s testament to the brand’s desire to make the best clothing it can that it goes to these lengths.

To see more of this collection and for more information on the label, or to find your nearest stockist, go to the website here: De Fursac.

One Comment leave one →
  1. February 17, 2012 11:34 am

    WOW – high French cool.

    Some nice looks there – not sure I could pull it off in Old Hill but very nice none the less.

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