Inspired by a young Lucian Freud, Oliver Spencer’s collection has an art-house and Beatnik feel as suits of textured rugged fabrics are teamed and layered with the more casual knits.

Colour palette was strong with muted khakis, browns and greys given a blast of attitude with a dash of blue and a pop of orange/red.

(Above) Shirt prints were the romantic paisley and the sharper navy pin dots. Knitwear is in a chunky basket weave.

(Right) The young ’50s baseball jacket was given a more grown-up tailored makeover in wool, but kept the fun element with contrasting patterned sleeves.

(Below) Spencer used an eclectic mix of models to show his collection brings sartorial styles to all.

For more information see www.oliverspencer.co.uk

 

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KAREN GRACE

Karen Grace studied Personal Styling at the London College of Fashion and is a registered affiliate member of the Federation of Image Professionals International. You can read more of Karen’s fashion advice at:

For personal shopping and styling services you can reach her via frumpy to funky on contact@frumpytofunky.com and 07787 800 390.  

Karen Grace

Karen Grace

Fashion & Beauty Editor at www.EclipseMagazine.co.uk
Karen Grace studied Personal Styling at the London College of Fashion and is a registered affiliate member of the Federation of Image Professionals International.

You can read more of Karen's fashion advice at: www.frumpytofunky.com

For personal shopping and styling services you can reach her via frumpy to funky on contact@frumpytofunky
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