Menswear Label Uses Vintage Wallpaper For Five Piece Range

Hentsch Man has shown how florals can continue into autumn/winter by using dark illustrations taken from vintage fifties wallpaper to create a new mini-collection.

The line, made up of tailored pieces, utilises a print taken from the contemporary menswear label’s archives.

Comprising a blazer, tie, shirt and trousers, the five-piece range is based around a palette of black, blue, white, purple, red and green.

The collection is completed by a pair of trainers produced in collaboration with French sneaker brand Sawa.

Founded by Alexia Hentsch and Max von Hurter, the business also injected florals in to its mainline AW14 collection, with nature-inspired prints across suits, casual shirts, biker jackets and accessories.

The brand, which collaborated with Mr Porter on a nine-piece collection earlier in the year, is stocked by the likes of Opening Ceremony, Number Six and The Shop at Bluebird.

Hentsch Man’s Dark Floral collection is available to buy online now, with prices starting from £45 for the tie, £110 for the trainers, £115 for the shirt, £130 for the trousers and £295 for the blazer.

Hentsch Man Dark Floral Collection