— 2 button country blazer in blue or plum Prince of Wales flannel check
— 3 piece country suit in grey Prince of Wales check
— Double breasted sports jacket in forest green wool or navy/brown two-tone
— Double-breasted lounge suit in dark brown or dark grey flannel
— 2 button city suit in blue or grey pinhead wool
— 2 button evening suit in midnight blue or dark grey mohair
— Corduroy trousers in electric blue, plum, warm grey, forest green, burnt orange.
— Slim straight-leg trousers in heavy winter cotton
— Scallop-collared shirts with front placket and double cuff
— Button-down shirt in jean
— Plain shirt with no placket and single cuff
— All suits have rope shoulders, working horn buttons, double vents, and are of slim body and shorter length, with com fortable volume in the slightly-shorter sleeves.
— Lapels plunge to a low V to give elegant lines and to highlight the tailoring shape.
— The suits are actively designed for specific occasions: the city suit is for day, the evening suit for night.
Adrien Sauvage is a young British man with a wealth of experience. Born on May 30, 1983, Adrien’s deep knowledge of menswear comes from creating the wardrobes for many international gentleman of great standing. First working with them as a stylist, Adrien soon moved into designing clothes for his clients when he realised their sartorial needs were not being met. From this, it was clear that a new proposition in menswear was in order.
Debuting this season, his brand A.Sauvage will work on the same principle, perfecting cut, concentrating on fit, and adding pieces to the range as season and need demands. Adrien Sauvage splits his time between Berlin and London, and has interest in art and the visual image that extends beyond the realm of fashion. Adrien Sauvage does exist.
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Photo Copyright A. Sauvage, Courtesy Starworks London.