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Published 3rd Apr 2012

William Hunt at Psyche

Psyche are delighted to welcome renowned British fashion designer William Hunt on Saturday 7th April to mark the official opening of his very own Savile Row inspired in-store boutique.

Based upon a grounding of engineering and architecture and a love of the Hollywood era, Hunt's style pays unashamed homage to iconic men throughout the ages. His inspired tailoring has led to a cult following from rock stars, actors, sportsmen and celebrities.

This season's collection includes Hunt's signature luxurious and decadent suits which make an essential part to any savvy businessman’s wardrobe. Fiercely masculine tailoring, bold shirts and idol inspired ties make William Hunt's SS12 clothing adaptable for either classic work wear or smart occasion wear.

“We are excited by the opportunity to work closely with one of the country’s most influential Savile Row Tailors,” says Paolo Capaldi, Marketing Manager at Psyche. “It is a privilege to represent William’s collections with one of the largest stockists in the UK and we are delighted to welcome William to the store to celebrate with us”.

The William Hunt section at Psyche will be officially opened by William himself on Saturday 7th April between 12 – 4pm. Help us celebrate in style with complimentary refreshments, in-store entertainment including music from Reflect Residents’ very own Nick and Matt Peverell, a ‘Style Your Sole’ event courtesy of Toms Footwear with artists on site customising your own designs onto your footwear, along with many exclusive offers and giveaways with every William Hunt purchase.

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