One of the strongest names in the menswear scene of London is Casely-Hayford. The father-son design duo understand what it is to change and progress from season to season, presenting a collection that is completely different than the last, but still manages to keep a consistent voice.

In a city with such strong roots in tailoring, these two completely take all of the Saville Row techniques thave have stood for centuries and modernize them, adding a slight sportswear element that will surely make the collection a commercial hit. The strongest of these advancements was seen in the use of pin stripes in trucker jackets, trousers, and headgear. Traditional oxford shirts had blazer details at the hem, seamlessly blending the old school with the new, a true testament to the actual lives of the designers.