The Casely-Hayford SS 2015 collection, by designers Joe and Charlie, focuses on a looser fit and deconstructed approach.
The line subverts conventional menswear by playing with silhouette and dimension. For instance, the collection features bomber jackets with lengthened cuts and a more casual vibe. The subversion process continues with pieces such as overcoats and pinstripes. While the shorts are cut to be more loose-fitting, they remain polished and refined, especially when paired with a white dress shirt outfitted with detailed zippers near the hemline.
The eponymous label is committed to offering casual elegance; the Casely-Hayford man is not willing to compromise on either style or comfort, and with these functional pieces, they certainly don't have to.
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