Edmmond Studios is based in Madrid so it’s fair to say they know a fair bit about fair-weather fabrics and what to wear in summer. All of their designs take cues from the experiences, passions and inspirations of their travels. As a result, the brand has managed to make the hard task of producing high-quality summer staples look, well, simple. So simple, in fact, that we’ve picked out a few Edmmond Studios essentials that you should be looking to as soon as the sun starts to shine a little brighter and a few pieces that are handy when it doesn't.
Right, hear us out. We know a coat is not often the most conventional place to start when it comes to building a reliable capsule collection of clothes for summer but it’s well worth its inclusion. Beyond its slightly tailored fit and classic cut, the Cameron is made from a water-repellent cotton-nylon blend that makes it lightweight - perfect for summer - and handy when sun turns to storm. Plus, its neutral colour hue will be a favourable summertime alternative to the blues, blacks and greys that so often dominate the rest of our wardrobes.
Edmmond has built a solid reputation for designing clothes that create a unique and natural balance between tradition and modernity and comfort and simplicity. The Nagoya Jacket is a modern interpretation of a classic workwear silhouette, cut from a hard-wearing cotton that makes it perfect for the transitional weather. But, as we've come to expect, Edmmond elevate the silhouette above the ordinary with ‘The Artist’ printing on the reverse.
When it comes to picking out a few shirts for summer, comfort is key. Edmmond’s Gent Shirt - a relaxed long-sleeved shirt, cut from a comfortable linen - is the sort of shirt you need to be reaching for. Finished a contemporary grey colour hue, the shirt appears carefree and easy thanks to its slightly relaxed, loose fit.
This army-green cotton jacket is durable, comfort and inspired by skate culture. In other words, the jacket makes for the perfect blend between workwear and streetwear. Which means, you can wear it anyway you like- with a sweater, t-shirt and selvedge denim jeans.
The long sleeve stripe t-shirt has long been associated with summer, which means there’s a whole host of stripe tees to choose from, but there are still ways to switch up the style from classic to contemporary. The Edmmond Duck Tee is made out of the best cotton possible, which is as comfortable and breathable as they come, while the slightly relaxed fit gives it an added dimension when it comes to layering and contrasting with tailored trousers and shorts.
If you’ve been contemplating purchasing a wide-leg trouser but don’t want to stray too far away from your regular jeans or tailored trousers, then these Owen Trousers – loose-fitting and a bit more considered then baggier alternatives – are a good fit. Plus, the pleated waist and cotton-blend ensures they’re lightweight and comfortable to steer you through every day of summer.