We just got images of the Spring/Summer 2011 collection from menswear line Three Over One and, not surprisingly, it’s hot! Check out our coverage of their Fall/Winter 2010 line here.
The Three Over One Spring Summer 2010 collection continues in its celebration of the working man with a range of rugged but elegant menswear.
The inspiration for the season draws heavily on the photography of Irvin Penn. In his 1951 series â€œSmall Tradesâ€, he photographed a wide range of people in a stark studio environment wearing their everyday working attire, with the tools of their trade. The resulting shots have powerful raw beauty. These photographs influenced not only the collection but the look book, in which we pulled together a cross section of Sydney characters with differing backgrounds and careers. The common factor being that they were all wearing Three Over One.
The latest collection consists of unstructured tailoring with cropped fitted jackets and pleated relaxed fitting pants. Denim jeans are in the best Japanese selvedge qualities with authentic fits and styling. Shirts are in soft washed linens and cottons and knits are influenced by vintage under garments and early athletic wear. Colours are soft, and muted but masculine and everything is specially washed to give a lived in feel. As always we use the best authentic fabrics and manufacturing.
See for yourself in the images below. God, we wish every line had such amazing look book pics to accompany their collections. Don’t forget to check out their site for more info.