The brainchild of designer Nick Wakeman, Studio Nicholson has a vision beyond the status quo. Founded back in 2010, the London-based imprint champions the notion of modularity as a means to create adaptable, elegant and truly functional silhouettes.
For the brand’s Spring 2024 collection, the mission of presenting clean iterations of unorthodox shines once again. Guaranteed to become essential elements for a future-proofed uniform, the latest collection is inspired by the minimalism and sex appeal that defined much of the 1990s. Referancing the luxurious outfits worn by Jeremy Irons and David Hockney’s pop-art appropriation of tailoring, the collection centres on a sleeker, leaner, and longer design style that offers a moulded, sculptural quality and harmoniously blends masculine and the feminine.
The men’s line-up is highlighted by the brand’s trench-inspired Ledro coat made from a compact showerproof cotton mix. The Bridges trousers also capture the attention and employ traditional tailoring techniques, echoing the design of hard-wearing carpenter trousers, while the Ossi shorts arrive with a voluminous cut, as well as a high waist and extended inseam. A further standout also arrives in the form of the Leroy bomber, a unisex item which references the timeless flight jacket, with warped proportions and serious sleeve appeal.
On the other end of the spectrum, Studio Nicholoson’s new silhouette manifesto is seen in pieces like the women’s Denali, a long, languid A-line coat cut constucted from fluid wool-viscose, and slouchy Ansell trousers. Timeless classics round out the range, featuring luxurious materials such as leather and poly-viscose cloth.
You can cop the Studio Nicholson Spring 2024 collection now from brand’s webstore.
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