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Superdry ends collaboration with Timothy Everest

Young fashion brand Superdry has ended its tie up with Savile Row tailor Timothy Everest.

The collaboration, which comprises a range of classic coats and suits, has been running since autumn 2012 after the brands unveiled the tie up at London Collections: Men in June of that year.

Superdry has now confirmed to Drapers that the autumn 14 range will be the last collection from the two brands.

The brand has not confirmed a new designer collaboration but said it has “exciting ideas” in the pipeline.

The bespoke tailor launched a men’s ready-to-wear collection called Every Day Tailoring for autumn 15 at Pitti Uomo earlier this month.

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