LOOKBOOK | 05/06/2015 | TAJINDER HAYER
CASELY-HAYFORD S/S '15
The spring/ summer 2015 collection from father and son duo Casely-Hayford was one in which Savile Row style suiting effortlessly met with punk, youth and sportswear.
The resulting style is uniform menswear, youths that are aware of their cultural surroundings, wearing deconstructed sportswear and slickly tailored pieces with unique design details – unfinished hems, asymmetrical zips all add to the punk look but it is the inspired oversized pinstripe coats that really bring the look home.
Inspired by the Art Intervention movement and the concept of interventionism, the spring collection aims to work on the idea of idea that builds and subverts existing forms. In this case, Savile Row and all of its strict rules, was stripped back to its normcore bare essentials and subverted with a major London menswear movement – punk, which was never more precise and simple.
Shop the collection at Casely-Hayford