FAULT Magazine Reviews Thomas Pink LCM SS17 PRESENTATION



It is defiantly back to business, cheeky business. The Thomas Pink collection for SS17 undoubtedly emulated British class. The brand forever seeks nostalgic inspiration from Mr Pink himself, the 18th century London tailor known for designing the iconic hunting coat. So this season funnily enough the theme was pink, with a displayed wall of suited men who where missing trousers. The well-groomed gentlemen were styled in immaculate striped shirts and ties, ranging from soft pastels to dark dotted prints; all sat on white chairs that where arranged up a wall. With a heavy focus on tailored jackets, in smart greys and rich navys, the lack of trousers and just pale pink and blue boxers brought a new cheekiness to the dapper suited Thomas Pink man.

The collection was styled with bright pops of colour present in the long socks that where worn with polished black and brown tasselled loafers. This collection truly emphasised tailoring that preserves the British heritage, combining tradition and modernity with design that is always innovating, however keeping a little playfulness with the sight of monogrammed underwear.

Words: Sarah Barnes