This east London tailor showcased a collection of suits and separates meant to outlast seasonal trends and that can be layered up according to Britain’s unpredictable climate. “The inspiration was the turn-of-the-century cyclist who was immaculately groomed — but still riding a bicycle. I like the idea that you can be quite groomed and practical at the same time,” said Everest during a presentation at his bespoke atelier in Spitalfields. He produced lightweight, hand-sewn trousers; duster coats; colorful cotton and linen shirts; and lightweight knits built around a color palette of stone gray, sky blue.

This east London tailor showcased a collection of suits and separates meant to outlast seasonal trends and that can be layered up according to Britain's unpredictable climate. "The inspiration was the turn-of-the-century cyclist who was immaculately groomed — but still riding a bicycle. I like the idea that you can be quite groomed and practical at the same time," said Everest during a presentation at his bespoke atelier in Spitalfields. He produced lightweight, hand-sewn trousers; duster coats; colorful cotton and linen shirts; and lightweight knits built around a color palette of stone gray, sky blue.

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