Mr. Hare, London’s men’s shoe company, launches Ready-to-Wear for Spring Summer 2016 to accompany its contemporary shoe line. Renowned for dressing some of the most discerning male feet in the world, Mr. Hare now is dressing the whole man, from the ground up.
Breaking from the confines of tailoring and the assumed formal look, the first collection is inspired by the ceremonial dress of certain African tribes where the traditional western suit was not a natural consideration, yet the garments convey importance and are symbolic of a man’s stature.
The Mr. Hare shoe collection divides into six essential categories; formal day shoes, formal evening shoes, boots, casual shoes, and shoes for winter or summer. For the debut RTW collection, the perfect trouser has been designed for each shoe category, and separates have been developed to pair across the range of silhouettes. The way all real shoe men dress.
“The male wardrobe is often rigid and static. I like a little romance and pizzazz. Unifying factors in my wardrobe are the quality of fabrics and the interesting shapes achieved by the cuts. It leads to a more experimental palette of clothes and gives the freedom to dress entirely according to mood” Marc Hare, founder and designer of Mr. Hare.
Mr Hare know who their customer is because they already buy their shoes. They are grown men, with a defined sense of style and maturity to their sartorial choices. This is not street wear.
Prices range from £60 to £500 at retail and will include jersey wear, jersey fleece wear, poplin shirting, denim, cottons, fancy cloths and outerwear garments for indoor or outdoor use.
In addition Mr Hare have worked with Cutler and Gross for eyewear. The partnership derived from a shared passion of quality craftsmanship and meticulously sourced materials. The styles selected compliment Mr Hare’s first ready-to-wear collection taking the language of the classics and contemporizing them to be right for the moment, yet still able to stand the test of time.
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