It’s been a long winter over here, and we at Everest Towers were worried that the sun might never burst through the cloud cover. Finally all forecasters are predicting another bountiful long hot summer and fortunately we have the wardrobe to match.
This season at Timothy Everest we have greatly expanded our formal Mayfair model shirt offering to include four different collar shapes.
To compliment our popular spread collar, those looking for a little more variety can now add a semi-spread, a button-down and a rounded club collar to their wardrobes.
A Closer Look At Troubadour Goods
Summer comfort doesn’t just have to be about lightweight fabrics. This season, we have chosen a cloth with a little more heft and drape for our popular button down Redchurch shirt, still offering the same summer ease and in an environmentally conscious biodegradable material to boot.
For such a sensible cloth, Seersucker has received something of a bad rap over the years; all considerations of its positive contribution to men’s wardrobes smeared by stylish misgivings. In its most popular colour way of pale pastel stripes it’s just a little too ‘fun’ to be taken seriously by most chaps. This season, at Timothy Everest, we’re making it our business to right this sartorial wrong rep.
It was the long hot summer of ’17 when we first introduced our Cuban shirt here at Timothy Everest and it fast became one of our perennial must-have items.Taking its cues from the Latin American Guayabera shirts so beloved by tourists and locals alike, our Cubans borrow the loose fit, open collar, straight hem and lightweight breathable fabrics for an irresistibly modern take on a timeless classic.
If there is one garment that exemplifies our ready-to-wear collection each season, it is our Washed Programme tailoring. It performs an almost superhuman sartorial feat; its special power an ability to unite the disparate parts of one’s wardrobe from smart to casual and all points in between.
This summer sees the return of our Linen polo range at Timothy Everest. The warm weather companion to our Merino collection, we have amended the fit for a roomier, more relaxed feel that teams well with the soft slubby texture and light breathable weave.
In a recent communique, we introduced the design inspiration for our current collection – the 2014 photo book A Perpetual Season from French photographer Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine.
Last week we caught up with Grégoire to delve a little closer into his influences and what makes him tick.