Designer Nick Hart stuck to the clean tailoring that has become a signature of his label, employing restrained color palette for spring. Hart said he was inspired by the underground London jazz and Latin clubs he frequented in his youth, but those influences were more apparent in the troupe of dancers who opened the show than in Hart’s lineup. The collection revolved around slim-cut suits with skinny lapels in gray, cream, black or blue. A series of evening suits in rich fabrics – one with black lapels contrasting with a midnight blue jacket- were a highlight. Crisp white shirts with V-necks or round collars added a young edge.

Designer Nick Hart stuck to the clean tailoring that has become a signature of his label, employing restrained color palette for spring. Hart said he was inspired by the underground London jazz and Latin clubs he frequented in his youth, but those influences were more apparent in the troupe of dancers who opened the show than in Hart's lineup. The collection revolved around slim-cut suits with skinny lapels in gray, cream, black or blue. A series of evening suits in rich fabrics - one with black lapels contrasting with a midnight blue jacket- were a highlight. Crisp white shirts with V-necks or round collars added a young edge.

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