Percival has to be one of SATORI & SCOUT’s favourite clothing brands today and known for subverting the classics, our studio was very glad to hear of their capsule collaboration with FashionBeans. Quintessentially British with a particular sense of understated style and curious humour, Percival produce classic wardrobe staples that can certainly bring something different to your wardrobe; the brand’s product’s quality fights with each of their humorous details for their championing best characteristic.
FashionBeans, on equal terms, delivers a fine selection of stylish menswear tips and ideas – certainly more so than SATORI & SCOUT – and such a creative collaboration has produced a fine selection of six of pieces, each high on all our colleague’s wishlist. As Percival explains, “…the brief was to create pieces that both stand alone and blend in with your current outfit. Navy corduroy, tan moleskin are both textural and great for layering, almost certainly someone will be asking you where you got it!”
Each full of layering qualities, subtle finishing touches and fine materiality, the collection certainly feels like a modern take on a retro look. As Luke Todd of FashionBeans continues, “…there’s a very obvious reason why men continue to admire shots of style icons from days gone by. From JFK on his yacht in a grey sweatshirt to James Dean sheltering from the rain in an overcoat, the classics just work. That’s what this collection is all about, taking those cornerstones of the male wardrobe and updating them for a new audience with premium fabrics and considered design details.”
Which product takes your fancy with this Percival x FashionBeans capsule: the plain tee, the navy coat or perhaps, the white waffle jumper? A small collection that is true to Percival’s core ideology, perhaps a broader browse through the brand’s website is in order too…
Discover more about the brand online at: PercivalClo.com
Subverting The ClassicsWhen there is such a dedication to any careful selection of particular colours and styles, the term classic always comes to mind. Known for subverting the classics, do you think each of these will one day, too, become a classic in their own right. We do.
(Photography Credit : Percival)