Oliver Spencer's Breakfast Launches AW13 Womenswear Capsule Collection.

This morning, the team at Oliver Spencer HQ awoke bright and early to bring the UK's top bloggers a beautifully organised breakfast to launch our AW13 womenswear capsule collection.

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Mr Spencer did not need to take too much time to woo our guests as the ladies were completely head over heels for the collection's androgynous yet distinctively elegant and feminine cuts, inspired by the menswear collection.

The collection was cited by Vogue's Ella Alexander as a wardrobe for Parisian resident Jane Birkin, when in London.  Read it here:

http://www.vogue.co.uk/news/2013/10/17/oliver-spencer-launches-debut-womenswear-collection

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Breakfast included quail eggs on Marmite toast (so English!), a selection of mini pastries and, for those looking out for their five-a-day, adorable mini fruit skewers provided by Cocomaya, the bakery known for their moreish Cronuts (read about our first experience: https://oliverspencer.co.uk/journal/oliver-spencer-goes-nuts-for-cronuts-3/ ).

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Joe's Tea Company catered for our caffeine needs, providing us with the finest blends of deliciously fragrant teas, including flavors such as: St Clemens' Lemon, The Earl of Grey and of course 'ever-So-English' Breakfast.

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The bloggers descried the clothes as wearable and recognised the strong feminine silhouette; they were delighted to take an item from the Oliver Spencer collection in an already heavily laden goody bag, partners in the gifting included Moleskine, Joe's Tea Company and Rodial.

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In short ladies, we listened to you, here is Oliver's interpretation of his menswear collection, but for you! We look forward to seeing you in-store.

Oliver Spencer

From early beginnings as a self-taught tailor and shopkeeper, Oliver Spencer has built a brand around his vision: hand-crafted quality paired with stylish accents and details. In the words of GQ, a ‘uniquely British take on relaxed style’.

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