Timur Kim x Oliver Sweeney Collection
Oliver Sweeney has paired up with graduate designer Timur Kim to produce a range of pocket squares and scarves that give a true sense of refinement to the industry’s popular pattern trend this summer.
Taking inspiration from the designs on the ceiling of the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and continuing this ode to his Russian heritage with a vintage Malossol Caviar pattern, Timur Kim’s pastel hue prints are the thinking man’s pattern. Not only do they incorporate the history and culture of the country that came up with the idea of using knives and forks to eat (surely the epitome of refinement), they tread beautifully the line between on trend and natural style.
Extending your wardrobe away from basic patterning and towards something as discerning as this collection gives an image of thought and consideration to an outfit that leaves the mark of great style. Pair a light grey blazer with contrasting navy trousers/shorts for a sturdy but summery base that can be finished off perfectly with a loosely wrapped or open Belovo scarf. An outfit like this could even anchor bolder shoes – perhaps a suede brogue with coloured soles or velvet outdoor slippers for a trace of ostentation.
Constructed from 100% silk and handmade here in England, the Asino pocket squares retail at £45 whilst the Belovo silk scarves are priced at £95.
You can get your hands on the collection now over at oliversweeney.com.