The Duchamp spring/summer collection is perfect for what we have been promoting recently on FashionBeans. It includes beautiful tailoring and some amazing bright block colours for you to integrate into your wardrobe this coming season. Their formal wear and sharp looks will have you looking chic and refined all the way through summer. Plus they come in at a mid-price point so they won’t break the bank.
There are some great investment items and everything is right on trend; whether you are looking at printed pocket squares, the key pattern trends for 2011 (stripes, floral, argyle and checked suiting) or just a timeless navy blazer to add to your wardrobe, Duchamp has you covered.
Take a look at the full gallery below for the latest spring/summer look book images.
About the Spring Summer 2011 Collection:
Duchamp is a great British success story, celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2010 with the launch of its range of ready-to-wear tailoring for the Spring 2011 season; Duchamp can legitimately claim to be a head-to-toe, socks-to-scarves menswear designer brand.
Duchamp now offers everything from trench coats to trousers, the core of the collection is very much occasion-wear for men who love dressing up, with velvet tuxedos and evening dress shirts for events from big nights out to days at the races. The collection is split into clear cut colour palettes which are inspired by the art world and vintage finds each season.