Top Man sought inspiration in archive prints for their Autumn / Winter collection. Inspired by the photography of Hungarian artist Brassi, Top Man’s muse for this season was envisioned leaving a smoky Parisian jazz club in the 1950’s in clothing typical of era.
Updated with an edge of rockabilly the silhouette was formed on a romantic and elegant approach to traditional dressing, Tweed and herringbone made up the backbone of the collection. High-waisted trousers are cinched at the back and turned up at the hem and worn with waistcoats and double-breasted jackets.
Heavy laces shoes rooted the dense collection while faux fur lapels and fox stoles added to the theme of faded luxury. Jacquard evening suits and dress waist coats moved the collection to evening wear and continued the smart and very safe narrative,
The high light of the collection - 70’s retro prints, taken from the archive of second hand store, Beyond Retro. The shirts were worn tucked in underneath tweed suits and silk scarves were tied around the neck to enhanced the suave Parisian.
Another concise and clear story from the Top Man design team – ensuring the brand retains its position as the soothsayer of trends from the British high street.