Having previously showcased to you Part 1 of Reiss’ Insiders feature, it is our pleasure to introduce to you Part 2.
Following the same format as its predecessor; Part 2 once again asks four members of the Reiss creative team to pull together and style their favourite tailored looks. This not only allows customers to gain an insight into each individuals’ unique approach to tailoring and their favourite pieces from the collection, but it also showcases how each of them manages to put their own stamp on an outfit.
Like before, the series includes editorial imagery, a rundown of their essential items and a short Q&A section – a nice personal touch that allows us to gain a slight insight into each member’s personality.
The four Reiss employees who were stylish enough to be featured in Part 2 are:
Overall, each individual look represents the sharp and sophisticated nature of the brand perfectly. Each outfit has been thoroughly thought out and considered, with smaller details such as pocket squares and accessories not being forgotten or simply included as an afterthought.
This time it was Reiss’ Menswear Pattern Room Manager, Richard Pattison, who won the FashionBeans office vote with his unique take on layering.
Dissimilar to the other 3 looks, Richard has opted for separates rather than matching suit pieces – teaming a dark double breasted blazer with lighter toned trousers – proving that separate pieces can still look smart, refined and suitable the work place. (We are also always fond of a man who lists braces as one of his ‘essentials’!)
You can check out the feature in its entirety by heading over to the Reiss website.
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