One of our favourite tailoring brands are back with a brand-new collection for spring/summer 2018, and believe us when we say, this collection is striking and dapper in equal measure. Certainly not for the introverted type, or those guys who like to blend in, the new collection by this twisted tailor is as bold as ever, with bright new standout colours and outstanding new prints, showing us that it’s time to be bold like a boss!
The campaign features model duo Joel Palmer and Theo Maddix and the photoshoot took place in the new up-and-coming creative area by the sea, Margate. These elegant pictures were taken by Haris Nukem with video campaign directed by Jourdan Gomez. Inspiration was taken from Miami Vice, Scarface, Vice City and the all-round excess and indulgence of the 80s – The SS18 campaign displays the new collection with a cascade of colour.
This season, Noose & Monkey remains assertively bold with a selection of patterns, prints and fabrics that will be sure to catch any stylish man’s eye. Partywear remains the key purpose of the collection with statement blazers that never fail, alongside a number of showstoppers set to be released throughout the season. Also delivering both printed and velvet shirts for when you have to hang up your jacked to stay cool in the heat. Next up, wedding-wear: the traditional tail-coat is being left behind and updated with prints and dashes of colour. For a twist on a more traditional look, SS18 delivers an edit of the best-selling, green 3-piece tartan suit; renamed ‘Ginger’ with a larger check and also available in burgundy – these are without doubt going to popular among fashionable chaps this season.
The twisted tailor also makes a return to the red carpet with the ‘Brian’ Tuxedo, dropping in champagne and pink colourways – perfect for getting photographed popping bottles at the after party. The fan favourite, ‘Ellroy’, will be available in 2 and 3-piece sets in a wide range of summer tones, from pink to turquoise and everything in between. With multiple drops throughout the season and a wardrobe full of new styles to be delivered, this spring/summer 2018 collection covers all your tailoring desires but also pieces that cross between the lines of formalwear and casualwear. Your style, Your Way.
Article by Menswear Style