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  • Sorbet isn’t just for dessert – mint, lemon and pistachio coloured tailoring can instantly freshen up your palette, as witnessed at Salvatore Ferragamo. Soft shades can be abstract too – Kris Van Assche managed to reinvent traditional argyle. And J.W. Anderson proves lavender isn’t just for girls, though you don’t have to go for his top-to-toe look, just the t-shirt is statement enough.
  • The Texan Tuxedo is frequently in fashion’s spotlight but this season’s denim options are endless. Add a 21st century spin to matching jackets and jeans by layering in a similar shirt, a look endorsed by Calvin Klein Collection. Acne prove mixing up different shades works too when you have a sleek, pared-down approach, but 3.1 Phillip Lim’s streaked and bleached urban take makes a real splash.
  • The most masculine of materials, leather is a style constant. The most modern way to wear it is to embrace unusual pieces like a leather t-shirt or shorts. Shorts are the key piece for Damir Doma whose tan, high-waisted pair have a safari feel that’s both relaxed and chic. Rick Owens, the master of the leather jacket turns his talents to deconstruction with a sleeveless style, and Acne’s smart, cosmopolitan approach to leather separates will become the uniform for summer in the city.
  • Black and white - apart they are timeless classics, together they are the season’s sharpest look. Fans of Comme des Garçons’ stark aesthetic should go for their darkly dramatic take whereas Jil Sander’s patterned fusion adds fun. Kenzo’s approach is more subtle, but the black and white tees under white shirts will make you feel like the coolest boy at school. If in doubt go for the fail-safe buys - tailored dark trousers and a monochrome knit.

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