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Sunday, August 21, 2011

London Fashion Week Mr. Start

 London Fashion Week Mr. Start.




 London Fashion Week Mr. Start.



London Fashion Week Mr. Start. The latest addition to the Start family came about in 2008 when Philip set up his own men’s formalwear label, Mr Start. Specialising in tailored suiting both off the peg and made to measure, Mr Start occupies it’s own store neighbouring the womenswear Start store and has a representation of shirts and ties in Selfridges.

London Fashion Week Mr. Start. The Take: To close London Fashion Week's rich little run of men's brands, here's one that is not known in the U.S. but really should be. Philip Start has been a fixture on the London retail scene forever, and a pivotal, positive influence — as founder and onetime chief of the retail men's chain Woodhouse — in bringing fashionable brands to regular men. Now with Mr. Start, his own fashion line, he's forging a strong reputation for cleanly cut tailoring with a contemporary edge just in time for a return to elegant, tailored style. This week the collection for fall centered on flannel and donegal, with tweeds coming in a close third. But it was the architectural cutting — a variety of slim cut blocks and shorter jacket shapes to suit different bodies — that could make Mr. Start an interesting proposition for the American market. Keep an eye out.  Read more:

 London Fashion Week Mr. Start.

 London Fashion Week Mr. Start.

 London Fashion Week Mr. Start.


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