11 July 2010

Stitch the London menswear tradeshow looks at Vision

The 4th and final key category at the Stitch menswear trade show was:
VISION – A showcase of emerging international talent in menswear.

Graduating from Central St. Martins in 2001, Satyen Kumar worked for 4 seasons on the mainline collection at Versace in Milan before deciding to go it alone in 2006.

The foundation of his brand aesthetic is the modern hybrid for eccentric English playboys with a combination of tailored casual wear fused with tuxedo style dressing. The trousers are slim and tailored with a casual twist created by a double row of elasticised jogging style hems, whilst jackets are panelled at the front with contrasting fabric.
Some of the designs have an almost jockey like style with red satin, purple and petrol blue jogging style tailored pants, white shirt with red and blue geometric sections and a two toned petrol blue shirt.
This designer is not afraid of colour with his flashy patterned suit in oranges/yellows/reds and blues matched with a pale green diaphanous long sleeved t-shirt.

Definitely living up to the eccentric English playboy name.

Satyenkumar helps to boost national economy and ensure quality and attention to detail by only ever manufacturing garments in the UK, and sources 90% of materials from British suppliers.
Stockists include www.oki-ni.com
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