London Fashion Week Mens Collections

Hardy Amies - AW16

Stand by Hardy Amies ! For this season Hardy Amies did not do the typical catwalk as they usually do, this year was all about a nice presentation of their 14 suits. The presentation took place in a nice classy-royalty room which were decorated by different paintings, and a  few golden mirrors, which made the environment very royal looking, plus it made the collection feel more special. Even thought the collection looked quiet simple and classic,  the signature of the collection, is simplicity matched with a royal deco, what a contrast. 14 sophisticated suits, which are wearable at any occassion.

Hardy Amies - AW16

Keep it simple without taking any risks with the suits in  colors, such as grey, black, camel, and brown. No extravaganza looks in these suits, but simplicity might be the key.

Hardy Amies - AW16

Here a classic black suit on top of a Bordeaux shirt to make the look a little more casual. Of course during the fall winter season, you can not go wrong with a simple camel – beige coat to face the cold of mother nature. A coat which match the nice classic beige cap. To accessorize the look, Hardy Amies add a pair of leather brown gloves matching the glowing pair of leather shoes. Keeping the leather attitude, a big travel sized bag to complete the look, made of two colors.

Hardy Amies - AW16

On this look only two colors are revealed, two simple colors, which are black and brown. A look which reminds us  of a horseman’s outfit, with the entire black outfit under a brown top suit. Indeed, this look is composed of a black turtleneck,  to give the look a  little contrast. And of course to complete the look a pair of black leather gloves matching the shoes; and the black cap matching the whole outfit.

Hardy Amies - AW16


Photo Credit: Fashion GPS Hardy Amies – AW16

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