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Nick Tentis, the celebrated Savile Row based designer, introduced his Spring Summer Collection 2014 at the Cafe Royale. The menswear collection is inspired by the Mod and Ska movements with an obvious 21st century twist.
The opulent hall at the Cafe Royale has been a perfect frame for this group of models who donned the Nick Tentis' capsule wardrobe " Uptown Rudeboy". The suits are sharp and single breasted, the trousers' length is cut at the ankle and the shape is narrow. Thin ties and crisp shirts with small collars are those fine details that bring to memory when the Beatles where starting out.
The palette comprises light blue, grey, black, beige with high quality fabrics. Knitwear is made in London using Italian yarn, accessorises are handmade in England and there are oversized holdalls available in canvas and leather and a bespoke city bags. For the party or evening line the fabrics for the suits are in lightweight wool, linen and one of the finest summer cashmere I've ever seen. Buttons are made in mother of pearl.
I could not resist from having my picture taken among these gorgeous and sharp dressed models and then I could see properly the tailoring and the high quality of this collection. After all we are talking about Nick Tentis, a Savile Row tailor where quality and attention to details are of paramount importance. The beautiful shop where it is possible to view the current collection is at 37 Savile Row W1S 3QD and to start a wish list it is possible to go online at www.nicktentis.com