Joe Casely-Hayford has a long history of success in the fashion world. His sharp tailoring and modern and adventurous take on style have led him to dress the likes of Lou Reed, The Clash, and U2. He was the creative director of Gieves & Hawkes, and he was the first designer to collaborate with Top Shop. In 2007, he partnered with his son Charlie to create the label Casely-Hayford. With a style “based on English sartorialism and British anarchy,” the label introduced its first collection – Spring / Summer 2009 – to the world. The father and son follow their inaugural collection with an Autumn / Winter collection, again combining innovation with tradition. This collection features a lot of layering and heavy materials, perfect for cold weather, stylish dress.
See the rest of the collection after the jump.