Parisan brand Sandro, known for their understated and distinctively French clothing collections, have released a spring/summer 2012 lookbook to showcase their latest menswear range.
Established back in 1984 by husband and wife team Mr Didier and Ms Evelyne Chétrite, the company is still a family run business – headed now by mother and son duo Evelyne and Ilan Chétrite. Ilan Chetrite is also the man who founded the menswear line in 2008.
The lookbook, modelled by Miles McMillan, showcases a wearable collection of garments – many of which come in a sleek and tailored fit, yet seem more appropriate for casual wear. The range is constructed using a mix of lightweight fabrics (such as linen), which ensures they are comfortable and appropriate during the warmer months of the season.
With floral prints, lightweight shirts, tees, chinos, blazers and patterned knitwear being included in the range, this chic collection will allow you to create a capsule wardrobe that you can mix and match effortlessly in order stand out from the crowd.
Taking inspiration from the well styled lookbook, why not try incorporating elegant accessories such as neckerchiefs to your outfit, in order to give your look a distinct Parisian edge.
The full collection is available over at Mr.Porter.