A KJ Beckett favourite, the new Duchamp range is out now! Following the opening of the long awaited Duchamp "flagship" store in November 2006, the Duchamp Spring Summer 2007 collection has now been launched at the aforementioned store in Regent Street.
For those of you that don’t know, Duchamp is a London-based company with a worldwide reputation for vibrant luxurious clothing accessories for men. Its most recognisable products include a vast collection of colourful enamel cufflinks and brilliantly-hued woven silk ties! UK residents will know Duchamp ties from seeing Jon Snow (on the Channel 4 news) who was a devotee of vibrantly coloured Duchamp ties.
As bold as ever, Duchamp's Spring/Summer 2007 accessories collection has the instantly recognisable colourful impact that the label is so widely known for! However it also embraces a slightly quieter sophistication to make the designer range more accessible to the less adventurous fashionable male.
Duchamp's range of woven silk ties include the regular Paisley design, Harlequin diamond patterns, and an interesting "overblown herringbone" design. The usual hexagons, spots, stripes, and of course florals can also be seen.
Spring/Summer 2007 collection adds to the established, brilliantly coloured enamels and gemstone-based cufflinks, with new styles that include a selection of rhodium and gold-plated, diamond-cut cufflinks. Coloured Swarovski crystal cufflinks add a touch of "bling"...
The usual scarves, shirts, socks and bow ties can also be seen, in what could be considered their best collection yet.
We welcome responses from readers who have viewed the new season. Check out some of the designs at http://www.duchamp.co.uk/collection/index.html.