After a sudden exit from the Paris Fashion Week schedule, Tim Hamilton reveals his spring 2011 lineup with a new look book. Armed with twenty-four looks, Hamilton came to a concise collection of form and utility after looking to the work of Belgian artist Michaël Borremans for inspiration. Whereas Borremans’ work was abstract in its representation of individuals, Hamilton sought to present his idealized man in a similar fashion. Deconstructing the suit and dressing it in stationary colors, the spring collection breaks with the monotony of tradition for an overall look that arrives at progressive new terms with ease. From halved proportions and slick lines to block prints, Hamilton delivers a collection that blends the lightness of spring with a strong uniform of thought.
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