Neil Barrett's 2018 Spring/Summer Collection Is Proof That Less Is More

Minimal contrasts lead to maximum results.

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Neil Barrett’s subtle detailing is back within its 2018 spring/summer collection. The displayed range is offered in both men and women’s styling as its pieces are dominated by contrasting black and white coloring. Additional items support olive, navy, blue, and light grey as well. Throughout the range you’ll also find that its selection of outerwear, tops, bottoms and accessories hosts complementary detailing such as graphics, stripes and contrasting outlines.

Take a glance at the looks above and let us know which ones stand out to you the most.

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