palmer//harding Launches First Menswear Collection at MATCHESFASHION.COM

The “shirt boys” branch out.

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London-based label palmer//harding is moving into menswear, with a new collection available exclusively from MATCHESFASHION.COM. The brand — often known as “the shirt boys” — will develop its signature aesthetic and focus on shirting, with nine shirt styles included in the Spring/Summer 2019 capsule.

The collection features some pieces — including the long “Paul” and the classic “Carl” — which have been adapted from the womenswear collection, as well as the new ”Samuel,” an oversized and boxy style introduced for the first time. The shirts all come in a range of fabrics and prints, ranging from understated white and banker stripes to navy fringe jacquard and ochre satin designs. The full collection is available now from the MATCHFASHION.COM web store.

In other fashion news, take a first look at L’Homme Rouge’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection.

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