Nicholas Daley Channels South Asian Vibes for His 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

Plaid prints meet monochromatic executions and airy silhouettes.

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Since launching his namesake label with Spring/Summer 2015’s “Culture Clash” collection, Central Saint Martins grad Nicholas Daley has tapped into an aesthetic that reflects his own multiracial heritage and the designer’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection is no different. This time around, Daley has taken to South Asia for his latest range, coupling airy silhouettes in linen and cotton with monochromatic executions, an injection of color, and plaid patterns throughout. And, like previous Daley drops, the collection emphasizes his dedication to the preservation of British craft: each piece is produced entirely in the U.K. alongside traditional British manufacturers as a nod to his time on Savile Row.

Peruse the Spring/Summer 2018 looks above and, ahead of their release, shop Daley’s current pieces now at select stockists.

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