Holland Esquire

Holland Esquire is born out of a deep and prominent education in the world of tailoring. Under the guidance of his father, who was an influential tailor in the 1970s, founder Nick Holland plied his trade on the cutter’s floor from an early age.

Being subjected to hands-on teaching and design, it is no wonder that for Holland, tailoring is a hand-crafted experience. With a passion for precise cuts and a thorough understanding of the complexities associated with traditional suit construction, it ensures an end product that is unique, particular and progressive.

Holland’s current SS13 collection emphasises his meticulous attention to detail. From slim fitting plain linen navy blazers (complete with sleeve buttonholes matching the stitching throughout) to the colourful and unpredictable edges of the buggy blazer linings – each piece is full of character and completely individual.

Coming in a classic slim-fit, an array of beautifully crafted linen, herringbone and dogstooth summer blazers ensure that all tastes and functions are covered.

The more casual collection features lightweight crew neck knits with contrasting check patches and tailored cutaway shirts. Available in a plethora of colour ways and on trend paisley designs, it makes for a vibrant and vivacious collection.

Each season Mr Holland re-interprets the challenges of tailoring to produce a line that is on trend and beautifully crafted. Having featured in Britain’s ‘Ten Best Tailors’ room at Harrods, coupled with being a founding director of Liam Gallagher’s award winning Pretty Green label, Nick continues to progress the innovative tailoring that has become Holland Esquire’s signature.

What’s more, Holland is currently having a sale on many key items, so we at FashionBeans suggest you mosey on over to hollandesquire.com and check out the range for yourself.

Holland Esquire: SS13 Collection

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