It's the news any man with a thing for fun fashion has been waiting to hear: Brit designer Henry Holland is branching out into menswear. His first ever men's range will debut on June 14 in London and, radically, will be available to buy in stores and online on the very same day as the show.
The collection is inspired by "Teds, casuals, buffalo kids and ravers," according to a statement by Holland. We're interested to see how the label's high-impact pop aesthetic and twist on youth culture will translate to menswear - if the above image, shot by Martin Parr, is any indication, it works very well indeed.
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