This week I stopped by the Surgery PR showroom in London to check out what's in store for FW13 from their brands.
One of my favourites was Farah Vintage – an American brand founded in the 1920's and who first specialised in chambray shirts and, a decade later, in blue denim. The brand continue to grow overtime until opening their first store in London and the 70's, when it became the denim brand to wear and, consequently, the uniform for 'the casuals' of the 80's. Since then the brand has become a fixture in stylish men's wardrobes – it obviously has to do with their excellent quality and vintage-feeling preppy designs. You can check out their website here and shop key items from their SS13 collections over at ASOS.
Another of the collections that caught my eye was Peter Werth, which I recently posted about for the launch of their N1 Project. The designer, is one of my favourites for the London scene. The FW13 collection is full of classics with a Mod vibe, which interprets the 50's/60's inspiration in a very contemporary way. I fell in love with the stunning tailoring – double-chested coats, four-button blazers, sharp trousers – but I must admit it was the shoes that I haven't been able to stop thinking about. These gems below have such a sophisticated and luxe finish and they're all around the £100 markup, which means I will be ordering one of each! Shop their current collection at ASOS.
Talking about shoes... I loved the the range Lacoste is introducing for FW13. I used to wear their canvas sneakers when I was a kid and now I can continue wearing the brand with their awesome desert boots – needless to say, the green ones will be becoming park of my wardrobe. You can shop this season's Lacoste collection at ASOS here.
My other pick in the footwear department were the H by Hudson slippers, particularly the suede camouflage ones. They're a perfect to add an interest touch to an evening look or worn with jeans during the day! Take a look at their current collection over at ASOS.