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BUSINESS CLASS STYLE

HARRY MAGAZINE SPRING / SUMMER 2019

Today’s suit has shed its old reputation as a stiff and stuffy office uniform. A great suit looks totally sharp and contemporary, especially when your shirt and tie contribute to the statement it makes. Meanwhile, the remarkable versatility of jackets has let them colonize every corner of the work environment.

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PATRICK ASSARAF

 

The Canadian designer’s new collection is delightfully easy to coordinate. The trousers and unconstructed jacket of this incredibly lightweight navy seersucker suit are sold separately and can be worn separately in countless ways.

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Ermenegildo Zegna

 

The semi-roped shoulder helps define Zegna’s sleek, contemporary Torino suit model– but it’s the fabric that really catches the eye. It’s from the AchillFarm line, woven with wool from Zegna’s own farm in Australia, and it has a remarkably rich visual texture that easily stands up to a boldly striped shirt.

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Atelier Munro

 

Among the many joys of Munro’s Custom-Made program are the opportunities to choose a suit fabric like the one below – a loosely woven green wool with a bold windowpane – and to opt for wide lapels and soft, Neapolitan-style shoulders. The white linen shirt is also Custom-Made, giving you a broad choice of collar options.

 

 

 

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Samuelsohn

 

Samuelsohn fans love the new Madison suit model with its flattering silhouette, natural shoulders and slim trousers. This gorgeous ocean blue fabric is part of the company’s Blue Feel collection, which uses only organic wool and natural vegetable dyes that give exceptionally rich, deep colours.

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Canali

 

The Kei jacket goes from strength to strength with every passing season – it’s so comfortable and light, and it has such a natural silhouette. This year, Harry Rosen is launching Canali sportswear in all its stores, including soft, fine cotton piqué knits like this one, in a variety of colours.

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BOSS

 

Remember how we used to go on about the versatility of a classic blazer? This is its new incarnation – not navy but mid-blue, shot through with threads of white and tobacco. Fully lined and cut for comfort, it works with all manner of shirts, knits and pants.

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Canali

 

The look is quintessential Canali – masculine, authoritative – but the bright blue buttons suggest a hint of the unorthodox. The fabric is part of Canali’s Impeccable collection, which resists wrinkles and repels UV rays to block out summertime heat. The shirt, which comes from the company’s Exclusive line, is superbly detailed and made in Italy using two-ply Egyptian cotton and thick mother-of-pearl buttons.

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