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I rarely get hysterical about editorial photography, especially menswear. Copious amounts of editing, for me, hinders the idea that fashion photography is there to demonstrate the creative perspective on fashion. Often clothes are too obscured and the concept too conceptual to convey a clear editorial message. After all we’re all buyers as much as we are editorial fans.

Blazers and shorts both by Jil Sander SS12, regal and tartan shirts stylists own.

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Autumn/Winter is over. With James Long, J.W Anderson, Oliver Spencer and Christopher Raeburn out the way for yet another season the fun ends, for London at least. Yet with the end of Autumn Winter usually brings the beginning of production for Spring Summer, and it’s just beginning to hit the shelves. Here’s my round-up of the best Spring Summer 2012 investment T-shirts that buy into a colourful, unorthodox and playful quality in menswear… print.

D&G available on http://www.luisaviaroma.com.

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Raf Simons edged well away from the vast Crayola colour box we were familiar with last season. Illuminated oranges and intense violets were rinsed under a hot tap and the palette wiped clean to leave behind, a colourless mix of harsh leathers and high-waisted shorts in lightweight wools boasting only patent blacks and deep neutral navy.

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