Asian influences derived from the watercolours of the Japanese Koi[ inspire this season
John Smedley the world’s finest knitwear brand introduces Spring Summer 2018 collection Precision / Fluidity presents its inaugural catwalk show at London Fashion Week Men’s.
The new collection draws inspiration from first and new design concepts but still staying true at heart to the brands heritage.
Prints adorn garments inspired by Asian influences derived from the watercolours of the Japanese Koi is a juxtaposition in the fluidity within the collection.
Fluidity is explored this season and taken from John Smedley’s archive during the 1930’s following his first visit to Japan
Bold silk prints and embroidery were present within the garments as the Japanese influence continues to inspire womenswear silhouettes as kimono style fastenings and pleat details create intriguing elegant movement for each piece.
For Menswear clothing appeared to be well structured and precise including suits tailored for a sharp finish to showcase a sense of sartorial elegance.
The brands Jermyn Street Store also, Celebrate its one year Anniversary on the day of the Catwalk.
Careful thought was given into the choice of materials including extra fine merino wool and wild silk lining printed with the emblem of the season.
It was also the brands first foray to join the digital retail innovation of social media apps category See Now, Buy Now where consumers can purchase limited editions items such as newly introduced silk scarves and t-shirts available at both London stores.
After all it is the worlds finest knitwear made in England for over 230 years heritage and known for it’s exceptional luxury quality.
It was the brands first foray to join the digital retail innovation of social media apps
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