A Classic Affair for Suitsupply fw18
By now I would honestly be surprised if you haven't heard of Netherlands based menswear giant Suitsupply. The brand has been kicking ass and taking names since its debut onto the market in 2007 with their first location in Antwerp. Since then the company has found massive success spreading worldwide and receiving praise for its high quality menswear at an extremely affordable price. And on the 5th of February they debuted their latest collection for Fall/Winter of 2018 at Cadillac House in the heart of NYC. Being known for a modern take on classic menswear, their latest collection does not disappoint nor does it stray from what the brand is both known for and expected of. With beautiful fabrics like moleskin, ultra-
soft baby alpaca, and brushed flannel combined with the unique style of layering that they have become recognized for are showing in full force and already have me eyeing certain pieces to add to my wardrobe this year.
In an atmosphere filled with friendly chatting and the jazz music filling the background, guests were treated to a splendid presentation of bold patterns and combinations for the classic gentleman who is not afraid to step out of his comfort zone. With highlights like the muted pink double breasted overcoat, and green velvet tuxedo. With combinations of those out of the ordinary waistcoats that suitsupply is known for, the brand once again proved that there is nothing boring or stale to classic menswear and that they are far from slowing down.
As you can see, among the name pieces being shown for this new season they have an extensive selection of pieces from their current collection of staples (sweaters, ties, turtlenecks, etc.) that could seamlessly be integrated into any suit from their new collection as well as many of the possible looks achievable from their made to measure line.
So what did you think of the collection? Let me know in the comment section below! I'd love to hear your thoughts or if a specific piece stood out as a highlight to you. Thank you and have a good day!
All Images by Scott Rockswold