For our Spring/Summer 2018 catalogue photo-shoot we decided to travel down south to the stunning, picturesque Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. Kew has an incredible array of different landscapes and interesting buildings, which occupy over 300 acres of land, so we were spoilt for choice when it came to choosing where to photograph our new menswear collection. Built in 1884, the grand Palm house, with its rainforest climate and collection of tropical plants, was an ideal setting for our Linen suits and lightweight cotton Madras shirts. The vibrant colours and textures of the surrounding foliage complimented the clothing beautifully.
For the second day of the shoot we travelled east, across London, to Bromley. Our base for the day was a location house called ‘Waterside’. The striking, unique piece of architecture was built in 1961 and had a retro 1960’s style throughout the interior of the house. Our sporty button neck sweatshirts and colourful polo shirts were photographed in the luscious landscaped gardens of this property. The outdoor pool (and occasional sunshine) helped to create a beautiful summer feel for our new menswear range.
We are delighted with the final result and we hope you enjoy browsing our new menswear collection.
Click here to find out more about the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.