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Austin Reed: spring/summer collection for man
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Austin Reed's Spring/Summer collection takes you on a city escape; from boating in the Hamptons to desert storms and safari adventures, you can expect nothing less than expertly cut suiting in lightweight fabrics and fresh summer colour palettes for a modern yet classic working wardrobe.

Menswear
Men's Tailoring is groomed and clean-cut with refined textures and monochrome finishes. Tonic suiting is key in multiple tones of grey and charcoal. Striped shirting offers highlights of cherry red, vibrant yellows and cobalt blues to give a boost of intense colour. Formal linen jackets and trousers create a relaxed summer look.

The classic 3-button gabardine, refined puppy tooth and silver/grey pinstripe suits all play pivotal roles this season. The classic shirt is reinvented in slim line blocks with luxurious fabrics.

Casualwear is presented in a palette of classic red, white and blue with highlights of rugged stone, putty and grey and features the Austin Reed crest. Checks, micro ginghams and refined stripes reinforce this classic look. Pique polo's are worn under lighter weight cardigans, zip through and half zip knitwear pieces and paired with multi pocket cargo shorts. Half lined cotton jackets with taped seams give a cool contemporary appearance.

Key pieces include; dirty washed denims, preppy zip through jumpers, vintage treated brown leather Harrington's and military detailed linen shirts. Vintage canvas and leather mix bags, silk and linen scarves and sun-bleached panamas add edge.

Austin Reed's international expansion began back in 1929, reflecting the extent to which the company had established itself as the UK's premier menswear retailer. Austin Reed continues to take direction from international trends,tailoring the season's latest looks with a modern, classic twist.

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