Last summer Copson debuted their first cut and sew collection, and that shit was fire. It's hard to fault a young brand on the come up anyway (unless they're really bad) but Copson are the shining light of young labels, breaking down their refined leisurewear aesthetic and killing it, every time. Their latest collection is titled Saverio Dream, and offers a contemporary nod to the smooth and dulcet tones of the Bobby Darin era.
As always, the shorts are kept short, smart, and toned down, and the Bellini jacket—always a highlight of the Copson collections—is updated with 100% Italian cotton. For this collection though, the real highlight is the artwork applied to the shirts and jackets; three chalkworks by artist and skater (not to mention friend of the brand) Jamie Humphrey feature heavily, and look incredible applied across the signature silhouettes.
Check out the rest of the lookbook below (Show in Calabria; Italy's driest region, by Lydia Garnett), and head over to the Copson webstore to shop the collection now.