When Oliver Spencer started selling second hand clothes on Portobello Road (from mostly well dressed dead people) and providing many clothes for the Richard Curtis film Four Weddings & A Funeral.
Who would thought Oliver Spencer went onto sustainability in the menswear industry, customer experience and how music and architecture has influenced his eponymous label Oliver Spencer.
For this season OS makes a dynamic collection, trendy summer with fantastic patterns, jackets, trousers, not loosing any British style, we can see summer looks as well. Oliver got the lucky to count the support by friend Catherine Hayward –Fashion Director of Esquire UK– where she always supports to the designer.
Giving this juvenile look, Oliver incorporated squared patterns, handkerchiefs around the neck, elegant hand bags, beautiful shoes to have a modern look at 180 The Strand St. where the collection was consumed.
The color pattern looks ridiculously gorgeous, this pinks, this softly grays, the Oliver takes you to this violet color, and then you get the mustard yellows, and finally with this greens, giving this British classic looks.
To see more of Oliver Spencer highlights at LFWM @oliverspencer.