Tim Hamilton – Spring/Summer 2009

By - March 14th, 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

New York-based Tim Hamilton‘s S/S09 collection falls in line with the adolescent boy meets suave yuppie look that has permeated many collections this season. However, Hamilton’s smooth execution proves that its collection is a cut above the rest. Hamilton opted for tailored shorts in both meticulously structured cuts and casual fits with interesting details such as colored cuffs and discreet checks. Meanwhile, other than the usual staples for bottom, there are pieces of voluminous pants with pleats running from the waistband and disappearing mid-thighs evocative of summers in Ibiza. The bottoms are topped off with angular shirts with twists of mock shirttails and tuxedo bibs. The result? An edgy, vintage look that is part Edward Norton from The Illusionist and part Bond. Of course, with the collection’s metallic trench of catchy proportions, anyone can be mysterious and flashy at the same time, just like those two.

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Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

Tim Hamilton   Spring/Summer 2009

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