Relaxed and loose is set to be everywhere this summer, something Universal Works have been pioneering since the brand’s inception nearly ten years ago.
And for Spring Summer '16, things are no different. David Keyte’s Universal Works continue to hit the nail on the head with assured consistency, delivering gear that's ready for the demands of everyday life come rain, shine, work or play. Trademark fatigue pants, upturned chinos, bombers and chore coats feature in easy and year-round colours of camel, navy, white and grey while the materials are light and BST-ready.
An aesthetic of hard graft, which undeniably underpins much of what this Nottingham brand is about, contrasts with just how considered and current everything is. It’s a clever understanding of heritage and the past to shape something that’s modern and forward-thinking. Far more than just pioneers of modern baggy trousers who know their way around a deconstructed blazer, Spring Summer ‘16 shows Universal Works as solid as ever, sticking to a clear vision while unafraid of evolution. Check out some of our fave picks above and below or head to the Universal Works site to see the lookbook in all of its glory.