Bespoken – English clothing label “born out of a shared vision to create only the finest of garments with uncompromising craftsmanship & quality,” and inspired by the 124 year-old clothier Turnbull and Asser. Bespoken offers a modern interpretation of the traditional tailoring process, and creates clothes with “contemporary detailing and a modern fit.” Bespoken’s spring/summer 2009 collection features a small series of blazers, light sweaters, shirts, and trousers. Indeed, the new collection features pieces with contemporary detailing – red stitching around button-holes and strategically faded jeans – and modern fits as seen in the trousers and double-breasted blazer. Bespoken clothes are available at Harrods of London and Bloomingdales stores in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago.
See the rest of the collection after the jump.