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Formal yet flirty attitude with Savile Row A/W '08 collection
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Dec '08
Do you feel that everything essential and basic are there in your wordrobe? Time to change your opinion. Working around fashion must-haves, the Savile Row Company London's --Autumn Winter' 2008 collection is all about pieces that take you from the office to the sand, from day to night and from work to play.

Formal elegance is the main theme of this collection with easy cuts that exude a simple style for active lifestyles. Some key pieces include slim shirts, classic suits etc. Evenings are not left alone and they capture itself with the Sand Suit with a slight formal touch where weekend style doubles' the workday wardrobe.

CITY CLASSIC:
For that little dash of formality, Savile Row carries classic navy and grey suits. The perfect slim shirt- iconic to Savile Row-- has been updated for winter with novel sharp cuts in an assortment of luxurious fabrics.

Color therapy: The collection has a classic formal blue based look, enlivened by the confident use of reds and strong flashes of the sharp accents. Quite complex patterns with more than two tones and coloured grounds give a sophisticated authority for this city style.

MODERN BUISNESS:
Break that permanent style. Formality without rules is overwhelming. Savile Row's moves towards winter, greets the entry of suits with its key styles higligted with sharp cuts and slimmer fits with the fabrics, which personifies with your personality.

Color therapy: a more fashionable story, utilising a slimmer fit, a younger attitude and a softer, more neutral colour palette for a more progressive point of view.

Although still formal, it has a much less traditional look, with the styling more modern any very clean, with finer patterning. The darker grounds carry over into evening.

COUNTRY WEEKEND:
The predominance of formality can be controlled by Savile Row's collection, which has a casual and relaxed twist. While the collections range T-shirt, chargos, and chinos widely; all the clothes are made of extremely luxurious fabrics and careful deliberate construction.

Color therapy: a modern rustic story, with re-interpreted classic patterns in a refined, sophisticated country colour palette. Tatter salls ginghams, tartans and checks, all in a wide scale range. Easy to wear soft looking colour ways for the weekend, twills and plain weaves.

Savile Row's autumn winter collection is very intellectual in every way. So dressed-up and dressed down is very cerebral and dandy.

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