Introducing the Spring-Summer 2024 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Huntsman Redefines Warm Weather Tailoring With The Launch Of Their Spring-Summer 2024 Ready-To-Wear Collection.

Head Cutter & Creative Director Campbell Carey has worked to diversify and expand this collection, with the notable addition of pleated seersucker shorts, relaxed Riviera-style shirting, lightweight safari jackets, and overshirts. Those familiar with Huntsman house style will appreciate tailoring standards reimagined in exclusive lightweight cloth, perfect for one's summer wardrobe. 

The arrival of these chic, informal styles signifies an exciting evolution for Huntsman Ready-To-Wear, with an altogether more contemporary and comprehensive take on the aesthetic of the modern Savile Row patron. Refined leisure leads this collection, complementing the tailoring for which Huntsman is already famed. Linen and silk blend sports coats in punchy pastels and are complemented by soothing, organic, earthy tones. Here is a collection designed to be mixed and matched with a style to endure not only this season but for many seasons to come. 

Of course, no Huntsman collection would be complete without a salute to the suit. This season, two statement pieces crown the collection. Turning his attention to that intricate art of dressing for a summer wedding, both as guest and groom, the result is an exquisitely lightweight grey three-piece suit and cool, subtle glencheck. 

"When it comes to listening to the needs of our modern clientele, people desire versatility and that same sense of sophistication, even if it's just heading to the beach or enjoying lunch on the terrace. The very heart of Huntsman is the precision of our cut, the quality of our construction, and our investment in cloth. This same principle I've applied to every garment in this collection, be it a pair of tailored shorts or a three-piece suit. The result, I feel, is a wardrobe that our client can relax in, can play in and be at ease in, with a guarantee they'll still look their best."  

- Campbell Carey, Huntsman Head Cutter & Creative Director

Both in design and palette, Campbell draws inspiration from Florence, Italy and the exquisite marble from the nearby quarries of Carrara, Masso and Prato. Carey has partnered with renowned French linen house Maison Hellard to create the luxurious linens that form the backbone of the collection in cloth designs exclusive to Huntsman. 

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