London, like most of Europe, has been blessed with a scorching summer this year. While this means stifling tube journeys and daily reminders of us Brits’ fear of air conditioning, it has also made for plenty of opportunities to get out and about, visiting spots often ruined by summertime rainfall.
Getting an early start before the heat really kicked in, the gents from the Redchurch St shop took a morning stroll over to Regents Park.
For the second year, art curators Frieze have put on “Frieze Sculpture” in the beautifully manicured English Garden on the south side of the park. Featuring 25 contemporary sculptures from a range of modern artists including Tracey Emin, John Balderassi and Richard Woods, the works blend beautifully with the Victorian era gardens laid out by Markham Nestfield in 1866.
In keeping with the temperatures, the gents dressed on the cool side, opting for Timothy Everest bespoke in a range of English and Italian warm weather cloths. Sales director Lee plumped for a Spring Ram in dark navy from Harrison’s, Sales associate Tony for a 290g tobacco linen from Harrison’s Mersolair bunch, while cutters Fred and Alex chose Smith’s Finmeresco and W Bill’s Irish Linen respectively.
The Sculpture Park exhibit is open until 25th October this year, so let’s hope the weather holds up for your visit.