London Fashion Week Men’s Autumn/Winter 2017 Chester Barrie AW17 Collection Featuring their new See it Now Buy It Now range
Chester Barrie’s Autumn Winter 2017 collection blends opulence, elegance and sophistication to create a collection that lends an air of authority and brings a sense of style to gentlemen who know the value of good dressing. Take this style to the autumn/winter races and shine!
See It Now, Buy It Now! Be ahead of AW17 fashion and wear it now at the winter races. Chester Barrie has launched a five piece capsule range which features the finest elements of his AW17 collection and is available now from his Savile Row store or you can email email@example.com
The pieces are:
Eastleigh two piece suit – single breasted with ticket pocket. West of England charcoal woollen flannel.
Eastleigh three piece suit – single breasted with ticket pocket and double breasted vest. West of England glen check flannel.
Kingly VI two piece suit. Double breasted with jetted pockets. West of England fancy windowpane worsted.
Ebury three piece suit. Single breasted with peaked lapels, turn back cuffs and double breasted vest. West of England dove grey woollen flannel.
Kingly VI blazer. Double breasted with domed gilt buttons. Lumbs Golden Bale worsted wool.
For the rest of the collection, you’ll have to wait until later this year.
Colour and texture are to the fore in the Chester Barrie jacket collection. Urban tweeds have drape and warmth and come in petrol blue, russet and moss green as well as the more classic hues.
Checks and tartans also play their part bringing highlight tones and surface interest.
The standout piece from the collection is the camel blazer – a very modern interpretation of an almost forgotten classic. Here the model wears the jacket underneath a tactile cashmere coat. This ensemble is a great alternative look from tweed for The Cheltenham Festival. Like the model, team with a polo in dark red, green or navy to add depth and a pop of colour. The polo also means there is no need for a scarf, thereby keeping the clean lines of the coat and blazer on view.
Other key coats are:
Double breasted Ulster coat with its wide collar to protect from the cold weather at the races and its large patch pockets to keep the hands warm and provide easy access to your racing paper, pen and betting slips.
A youthful take on the classic Chesterfield coat with a contemporary windowpane check.
The smart Paletot coat in tweed with velvet collar – perfect for the more formal racing days such as the Christmas races and Cheltenham.
Occasionwear celebrates the ultra-classic by adding a contemporary sophistication to tuxedos and smoking jackets.
Velvets in chocolate, navy and coal black are fashioned into modern smoking jackets with rich, deep Mogador shawl collars in complementary tones. This is dress wear for when it matters most; for the Red Carpet, society balls and glamorous weddings.
Our pick of the suits for racedays are:
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