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HARRY MAGAZINE SS18 – WORK WEAR LOOKBOOK

 

Like the merchant adventurers of old, Harry Rosen’s buyers travel the world, seeking out treasures rich and rare, the finest luxury menswear on the planet. With their deep experience and understanding of a modern man’s requirements, they curate each season’s offerings. And if, by chance, they don’t find precisely what they’re looking for, there is always a solution. Drawing on relationships developed over generations, they collaborate with a great design house to create something exclusive and unique. All of this fills our stores across the country with an ever-evolving selection of merchandise – things of beauty and impeccable quality for your Clothing Advisor to show you. At Harry Rosen you'll find the best the world has to offer.

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Here’s the future of the suit according to Z Zegna – completely unconstructed and unlined, with drawstring pants and the slim Drop 8 silhouette. It’s pure wool but also machine-washable. Just pop it into its bag and drop it in the washing machine. Wrinkle-resistant, this suit is ideal for travel.

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The Kei jacket was Canali’s great success story a few seasons ago – and it’s still going strong. Half-lined and supremely comfortable, this example in an orange windowpane wool-silk-linen fabric explains why.


This season’s jacket story is all about striking colour and pattern – a lively esprit that even extends to our suits. Blues and greys appear in lighter shades when the sun shines.


 

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Samuelsohn goes from strength to strength, seamlessly merging the latest technology with traditional hand-tailoring details. This jacket is made with a sumptuous wool-silk-cashmere fabric from Loro Piana’s mill.

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Upping the ante in terms of luxury and performance, Samuelsohn invented Icewool, a pure-wool fabric that undergoes temperature shock to become resistant to water, staining and wrinkling while still feeling natural. This Icewool suit’s tailoring details are of the highest calibre – and it’s made in Canada.

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You can buy – and wear – BOSS’s classic blue-and white seersucker jacket and pants separately – but how great they look as a suit! Very cool in the office, the outfit works beautifully for summer social events. BOSS suit available online soon.

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There are no boundaries when you coordinate Etro’s vibrant patterns. The red and- blue-check jacket exudes modern confidence with a paisley-and-wave patterned shirt. Or choose a more formal look with a pale blue dress shirt. Either way, it looks great for work and play.

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Atelier Munro’s youthful, debonair, slightly iconoclastic spirit is on show in this kick-ass double- breasted suit. The CustomMade program lets you choose fabric, lining and tailoring details. Exclusive to Harry Rosen in Canada. Atelier Munro suit, ready-to-wear (single breasted), CustomMade, dress shirt, and tie; Montblanc pen available in-store only.

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Canali introduces a new performance fabric it calls Impeccable, treated to resist water, stains and wrinkles. It’s used here for the dress shirt and the elegant blue-checked suit – just the ticket for travel or long days at the office. Every Canali item is made in Italy.

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(Left) It’s the way L.B.M. 1911 stitches the cotton-linen fabric that gives the illusion of structure – and makes this our best-selling soft jacket, year after year. Light blue is this season’s essential colour.

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Two English companies show how unstuffy a jacket can be. (Left) The navy cotton jacket and drawstring joggers from Hardy Amies can be worn as a suit; the knit and sneakers accentuate the casual option. (Right) Harris Wharf’s unstructured jacket is woven in cotton so light it’s almost translucent. Houndstooth overlaid with a windowpane tips the wink to traditional British patterns.

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The coat’s the thing… Moorer’s Ravel coat is modern and, urbane, with a removable hood and hidden buttons – a great travel coat that’s perfect for springtime temperatures. Add it to your business wardrobe. Moorer jacket; Brunello Cucinelli knit; Eton shirt; Mason’s pants; Swims’s umbrella.

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