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Il Sarto Milano to debut SS18 collection

New clothing brand Il Sarto Milano is set to launch its first collection on Monday 21 May.

The brand offers Italian-inspired men’s and women’s collections that merge relaxed casual apparel with tailoring.

Following the initial menswear launch, the spring collection will continue to drop as the season progresses and consist of 25 garments including T-shirts, jerseys, tracksuits, swimwear and accessories. The range will be available to buy online with worldwide shipping available, and will have store presence in Footasylum and The Couture Club.

Company founder Bradley Howard said: “The Italians take great pride in their appearance, an ethos that reflects in the values of the Il Sarto Milano brand. Our collection offers a modern-day twist on classic fashion, providing effortless style and a next-level attention to detail.

“The menswear fashion market has gone from strength to strength over the last few years with attitudes towards fashion totally changing. Customers are now far more fashion-conscious and willing to try different looks and styles, so it’s an exciting time to launch and be a part of the mix.”

Il Sarto Milano’s menswear range will focus on fashion-conscious men aged from 16 to 40. Retail price points range from £25 for accessories, to £120 for a full tracksuit and all clothing will be available in sizes from small to extra large.

A smaller Il Sarto Milano womenswear range will also be available to buy from mid-June in sizes ranging from extra small to large.

The autumn 18 range is currently awaiting production and will launch later this year.

 

 

 

 

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