Monochrome – noun – ‘a photograph or picture developed or executed in black and white or in varying tones of only one colour’ (Oxford Dictionary).
Hackett – proper noun – ‘a British menswear brand known for quality, luxury and style.’
The definition of excellence? Hackett’s range of spring/summer 2013 monochrome suits.
Hackett’s SS13 range of simple yet sumptuous monochrome suiting is exquisitely tailored and can be found in the upcoming Mayfair collection. From the ‘Super 130s’ suits woven in Italy to the flannels woven in England by Fox Brothers, the Mayfair collection ensures every gent appears both immaculate and stylish.
Available in varying tonal grey checks, the on trend suiting is sure to standout from its traditional counterparts this season. With fabrics ranging from grey pinstripes to chalk stripes, windowpane checks to Prince of Wales check, Hackett ensures that not only will you look elegant and refined in the summer months, but you will have a wide and varied choice in doing so.
As for those going about their business in the hotter climes of the Far East and afar, Hackett have constructed more casual cotton and light wool-silk blend suits that will ensure you stay cool whilst looking immeasurably debonair.
In addition to the monochrome suiting, Hackett are aware that no look is complete without the appropriate accoutrements. From laptop and tablet cases to notebooks and leather wallets, the Hackett Mayfair accessory range is as every bit as stylish as its clothing range.
Shop Hackett’s full Mayfair collection over at Hackett.com.