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Hampton Republic 27 offers smart & colourful American fashion
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Nov '11
Hampton Republic 27 launches new collection. The season will launch with neutrals such as beige and khaki, featuring in the collection's trousers and outer garments. These will be mixed with multiple shades of blue, ranging from indigo to Klein blue and pale blue, bringing to mind lazy summer days on the beach. The recurring accent colour is orange, which features in several of the checked shirts. Touches of white and green also appear in numerous garments, reinforcing the sporty and fresh vibe.

As in the past, the shirt is an important element of the look – linen and cotton poplin, light and airy material ideal with a pair of chinos, and topped off with a baseball jacket in dark blue and grey jersey. A washed beige jacket with raw edges is another key garment.

This is teamed with a small-flower pattern bow tie and an orange scarf. Outer garments for the spring season focus on function, comfort and simplicity and include a parka in dark blue and khaki with detachable quilted lining in a contrasting colour.

As ever, details are essential for the Hampton Republic 27 collection and this season several of our tops are adorned with chambray pockets. Contrast stitching and patterned linings in outer garments are a general theme running through the collection.

"Hampton Style" is permeated by an unspoken dress code: "Always look great, no matter the occasion". Hampton Republic 27 aims to inspire men to assemble a classic wardrobe that can be worn on different occasions, for both work and leisure.

Hampton Republic 27 was launched in September 2010 on all KappAhl markets.
KappAhl is a leading fashion chain with 380 stores and 4,900 employees in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Poland and the Czech Republic. KappAhl sells affordable fashion to a wide range of consumers – women, men and children – with a particular focus on women in the 30 to 50 age group with families.

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