Mexican Architecture Inspires Oliver Spencer Spring/Summer 2015

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At The Old Sorting Office, Oliver Spencer showcase their Spring/Summer 2015 collection of loose fitting tops and bottoms for London Collections: Men. Inspired by the color-blocked facades built by Mexican architect Luis Barragan, the looks boast traditional, albeit contemporary aesthetic. Spencer, a self-taught tailor, pairs deconstructed blazers with oversized tops not only to blend patterns, textiles and colors, but also to introduce a style suitable on and off the runway. Aside from the quintessential allover-print summer patterns, two notable, recently popular, styles are a navy and olive popover and a yellow and vertical striped no-collar shirt.

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