The Tim Hamilton FW 2012 collection is a fusion of effortless street style, equestrian tailoring and popping colors. The designer began at Ralph Lauren and moved forward into J. Crew, finally creating his own line.
The collection boasts traditional tailoring with retro colors. The modern edge is somehow subtle, but extreme in detail. The designer used forward-thinking seaming and silhouettes. Hamilton reinvented riding shorts and pants into a wearable, endearing statement. The cuts are slouchy, but remain put together with bright colors. The line features rugged textures and masculine fabrics, keeping the laid-back look strong and powerful. The result is a fluent coolness. Memorable pieces include leaflet linen shorts, tapered ankle gauchos and equestrian-inspired caps.
The Tim Hamilton FW 2012 collection is a bold boast of style.
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