Playful Retro

OOne of my greatest enjoyments is discovering / buying new collections and designs– to this day the feeling of a new look and refreshing designs yet sometimes nostalgic from the past is unique and unreal to me. This past week I was back home in London for a few days and had a first pick at […]

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One of my greatest enjoyments is discovering / buying new collections and designs– to this day the feeling of a new look and refreshing designs yet sometimes nostalgic from the past is unique and unreal to me. This past week I was back home in London for a few days and had a first pick at Bally’s Spring Summer 17 collection. The Bally Man defies formality this season and this leisure suit was love at first sight. Overall, a bright bold collection, inspired by David Hicks interiors, sixties mods and studio 54. Without any compromises in tailoring and luxurious fabrics the pieces continue to be simple and wearable, easily mixed and matched, fired up with geeky-chic details, topped with a modern youthful attitude.

In the latest collection I also discovered this irresistible trench coat – another great year-round quirky piece that I can add to chilly days coming and at the same time light enough when the sun peers out from the clouds. It looks stylish from day to evening, layering a business suit or just with a pair of chinos and a joyful polo t-shirt so you can spend a lazy afternoon at a friend’s rooftop party.

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Suit, Polo T-shirt, Trench Coat and Men’s leather clutch: Bally

Photos: Jake Armstrong