Patrick Grant For Debenhams
Patrick Grant has been announced as the latest addition to Debenhams designer offerings. The Savile Row tailor will join the likes of Henry Holland, John Rocha and Jasper Conran in designing for the department store – the first new menswear designer partnership since Jeff Banks in 2001.
The collaboration will see the resurrection of the Hammond & Co label, which first launched in 1776 and was once popular among the royal family. Designed with the “classic yet contemporary” man in mind, the collection will feature a selection of 70 pieces spanning clothing and accessories. Featuring both formal suits and more causal daywear, garments comprise original Hammond and Co detailing along with unique twists such as Patrick’s family “Grant” tartan.
“The Savile Row bespoke suit is the epitome of men’s tailoring”, explained Grant. “With Hammond & Co we have worked hard to ensure that the synonymous cut, subtle flair and the perfect proportion is present throughout every piece. Hammond & Co is a house with a great history of excellence in sporting tailoring and we have done our best to remain true to this heritage.”
The debut range will launch September 2013, priced from £14 – £299 and will be available in 50 stores nationwide and online at debenhams.co.uk
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