We asked Handcut Radio’s presenter, brand consultant and voice of sartorial wisdom Aleks Cvetkovic to pick out a few of his new favourite pieces for us. Now well into its third season, the Handcut Radio podcast is carving out a reputation as an authoritative voice on menswear matters.
Amid the challenging environment we all find ourselves currently, we are trying to keep some sense of normality and in this regard we present “Changing Landscapes”, our SS20 collection. This is a tribute to the fascinating patterns, colours and textures created in the natural world around us.
For the seasonal lookbook, we travelled to the seaside town of Rye in Kent where the wind and rain from the English Channel carve everchanging undulations in the tall sand dunes, lending a ruggedness to the handsome coastal resort.
For the new season’s ready-to-wear collection, we took inspiration from the world around us: in particular aerial landscapes, with an appreciation for the colours, patterns and textures created from the natural world.
The collection’s title, ‘Changing Landscapes’, comes from the ever-changing scenery we are surrounded by, which often goes unnoticed in our everyday lives.
As the early product begins to materialise in-store and online, the team is getting our first look at the upcoming ready-to-wear product and a feel for the collection’s overall direction. Bright jersey knits are paired with wonderfully light Fresco suiting.
For every problem there is an solution, and for those in search of seasonal presents for the men in their lives, Timothy Everest is on hand to dispense advice and gifts galore.
At both our Redchurch Street and Bruton Place stores, you will find a comprehensive treasure trove of suitable ideas with everything from socks to ties, via pocket squares, incense packs, hats, scarves, candles and books from £15 and upwards.
If there is one garment that best sums up the spirit of our Perfect Imperfection collection this season, it must be the Herringbone Double Breasted Coat.
A new addition to our ready-to-wear range, this long-fitting overcoat features double breasted fastenings with real horn buttons and generous lapels, welt pockets, a set-in sleeve & wrap belt.
Cotton Flannel is a perfect choice for winter shirting. Originating from the Welsh border towns in the 17th Century, Flannel is a woven material that is “napped’ and brushed on both sides for both a soft handle and expert heat retention.
Our latest Autumn/Winter knitwear piece takes inspiration from the maritime communities here in the British Isles/Eire
Since time immemorial, coastal folk and islanders from Aran to Land’s End have used woollen garments as protection against the elements on the high seas.
Here at Timothy Everest, we have always been big cheerleaders for seersucker. The uniquely puckered cloth has long been a staple of our spring/summer collections in a variety of cotton colours – checks, stripes, and solids all finding a home in our more casual RTW suiting options.