Oliver Spencer S/S12

Primary blues, reds and greens all impressed on tailored chino's and shorts, a good sport jacket, lightweight knits and short sleeved shirts

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It was a bright collection from Oliver Spencer this season, bringing in a wide range of colours to his often more oared down palette. Primary blues, reds and greens all made an appearance alongside his often used navy, khaki and greys giving the collection more impact and allowing the wearer to stand out not only for the fine quality of production that the label is known for. Although simple, the collection relied on the classic foundations of a mans traditional summer wardrobe, tailored chino's and shorts, a good sport jacket, lightweight knits, short sleeved shirts, the production and finish of each was as ever strong.

A structured rain mac came up in a number of bolder colours, check shirts were seen in bright combinations of reds and blues, tan and khaki elements came through in the form of work shirts and tailored trousers and a safari jacket shape. Legwear was cuffed or cropped in most cases, giving a breezy attitude followed through by chambray shirting. As the collection progressed colours were blocked and rougher elements came through in both textiles and the occasional deconstructed finish.

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