Summer Camp

The Spring/Summer 22 collection brings sunshine, optimism, and joy. How effervescent and free we feel in summer when sunshine is like powdered gold over the grassy hillside where daisies are like sunshine to the ground. When you look at these happy flowers and feel the urge to run around barefoot in the high grass, spontaneous wanderings in the country air and the simple joys with friends.

With this collection, Jaime, designer and founder, relaxes the silhouettes and offers a more comfortable and relaxed fit. With a fresh and summery touch, the brand has continued to introduce tailoring, a signature of the House, although this season focused on a more youthful vibe. A playful slice-of-life spontaneity! The jackets are not so armed, creating a more comfortable and relaxed fit. A simple ensemble of baggy shirts, and short shorts revisioned and created with wool and cotton as in its own swimwear, giving a double functionality, as dressed and casual, shorts and trousers.

The knitwear is relaxed and fine, creating a summery touch through the composition of the wools. The fabrics are light and fluid such as cotton, especially in jackets and trousers, summer twills, silks, and fine summer wools. Sophisticated but at the same time as light as a cocktail in the dazzling heat.

The “joie de vivre” feel-good summer prints giving a personal twist to a Hawaiian style or a more easy-oasy take on the military vibe with a bright and bold camouflage. To have fun with prints and vibrant colours.

In the outerwear, the classic Mans jacket pattern has turned into an underwear garment stripping it of armor and interlinings, acting more like an overshirt than a jacket with tactical patch pockets and fabrics focused on workwear blurring the line between ‘’Summer camp’’ and easy elegance as if you were dressed to enjoy your membership in a country club.

A collection of relatable summer boy-basics enhanced by the typical Mans charm - Youthful garments but without losing the essence and the aim of challenging men’s tailoring.