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Pitti Uomo spring 15: Harry James

UK-based shirt and tie label Harry James launched for autumn 14, offering “British design with Italian inspiration”, according to founder Anthony Oliver.

For spring 15 the brand’s logo, a boxer dog, features in micro prints on ties and shirts. It has also introduced linen and linen/cotton mixes. Shirts and ties come in a rainbow of hues, drawing on the decades of experience Oliver and business partner Paul Davis - better known for running mainstream menswear supplier DPT - have in the shirting world. It has three UK stockists, including Harrods, and three in Ireland.

Wholesale prices for shirts range from £30 for basic Egyptian cotton shirts to £38 for a printed design. Ties start from £15.

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