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The Insiders - Part Two

16.03.12

Take four members of the Reiss creative team, ask them to wear their favourite Tailored looksand style them in their own unique way. The results show an individual Spin on each look and sharp attention to detail - needless to say, they wear it well.

Made to measure Reiss suit, Charter shirt, Rosalie tie, pocket square, Andrew's own.

Made to measure Reiss suit, Charter shirt, Rosalie tie, pocket square, Andrew's own.

Heston suit, Dayton tee, Pocket square, Darren's own

Heston suit, Dayton tee, Pocket square, Darren's own

Heston suit, Dayton tee, Pocket square, Darren's own

Winton blazer, Winton shorts, Wainwright top, scarf, pocket square and bag, Phil's own

 

 

 

Dynamic blazer, Maritime knit, Glider shirt, Senator chinos, Shoes, Richard's own

Dynamic blazer, Maritime knit, Glider shirt, Senator chinos, Shoes, Richard's own

 

 

Denton suit, Bay tie, Lord pocket square, Whiterock shoes, Shirt, Alex' own

 

About the Shoot

This month, with our attentions firmly focussed on tailoring, we have asked the most sartorially-pleasing members of the Reiss creative team to show us their approach to the sharper things in life.

Presenting much more than just a suit, these guys have a strong understanding of how to wear their tailoring with panache. There's no boxy fits, ill-fitting trousers or naff ties here. With a strong sense of style and the vision to express it without question, they piece together sublime suited looks.

Whether the preference is clean, uninterrupted lines with minimum fuss or fanfare, or a more texured approach, where prints, colours and accessories come into play, each look holds its own merit as it mirrors the person who has created it.

Not that there isn't an element of trends infused. Double breasted blazers, tailored shorts, and those all-important micro details (pocket squares, a slither of sock, buckled shoes, tie pins etc...) which sing the season's tune.It's these fascinating details, which layer so seamlessly, that create a flawless look that's unique to the wearer.

Telling their own little stories, building depth to an area of menswear which is so often taken for granted and creatively left in the dark.

Not so for the Reiss contingent, tailoring is a passion. And they do wear it rather well.

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