London designer Nicomede Talavera is set to relaunch his menswear brand for spring 20, following a two year break.
The brand will create two capsule collections per year. Each capsule aims to “reimagine” classic menswear items for a modern audience.
The first capsule collection – entitled “Brotherhood” – is set to launch into stores in October and features items including duffle coats and puffer jackets. Gingham and moire [a woven silk fabric] are the brand’s signatures, and appear throughout.
A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Talavera initially launched his brand in 2013, showing at London Fashion Week Men’s as part of the Fashion East programme, a scheme which supports young designers. In 2015 Talavera paused working on the collection to take a sabbatical.
Selfridges, Holt Renfrew, H Lorenzo and London independent store Machine A are already confirmed as stockists for the first collection.
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