With an unbelievable summer of beautiful weather, staying here in the UK and enjoying the unprecedented amount of sunshine is on everyone’s mind and rightly so. However, finding the best place to go can be a challenge and with the popularity of short weekend breaks increasing, we thought we would help to plan your summer-time long weekend and give some advice as to what you should be wearing as well.
Last week we were invited by our friends at I Love Linen to visit Belgium and discover the process that goes into growing, spinning and weaving flax into linen. France, Belgium and the Netherlands produce 80% of the world’s flax; the combination of climate and quality of the soil found in these regions are ideal growing conditions and the beautiful fields are a common sight in the western part of Flanders.
On Saturday the 9th of June Oliver Spencer showcased his SS19 show for London Fashion Week Men at 180 The Strand.
Father’s Day can be a tricky one to navigate, choosing what to do with your dad isn’t always as simple as you would think. That’s why we have handpicked a few places that we think you should be heading to this Sunday.
To continue with our customer profile series, Martin our wholesale agent visited our good cutomers Maze clothing in Bristol. We sat down with owner of the family run business Glenn Vaughan and daughter Hannah to find out how he got to where he is and why he stocks Oliver Spencer each and every season...
Oliver Spencer are excited to announce a collaboration with award-winning artist Wolfgang Buttress; an installation of a multi-sensory sculpture within their Soho store at 81 Berwick Street, London. ‘Reverie’ is an immersive experience that invites the public to explore and sit within a sculptural environment planted with wildflowers and Flax (linen).
Over the last few months we have been working with award winning artist Wolfgang Buttress on an installation for our Soho store on Berwick Street. The sculpture is a multi-sensory experience called Reverie. Using sound, scent and form the intention is to invite contemplation on the importance of sustainable fashion and how we can protect and support pollinators such as the honey bee
Tailoring has always been an important part of our collections at Oliver Spencer. We believe that wearing a suit shouldn’t have to be a chore; our unstructured suits are relaxed and easy to wear because of their simple cuts and high quality fabrics. They present a smart/casual look without the cost of comfortability.
In April 2008 Oliver Spencer opened the doors to 62 Lambs Conduit Street for the very first time. A shop, design studio and head office spread over two floors on one of central London’s most vibrant and creative streets.
With the anniversary of our 62 Lambs Conduit street store this week we thought we would ask the people that have worked on the street for Oliver Spencer.