Casely-Hayford fashion label

Mixing classic British tailoring with a cool contemporary feel, the Father and son duo Casely-Hayford Fall/Winter 2011-12 collection combine elements from hunting, fishing, military and classic tailoring. Entitled ‘Day One‘, the lookbook was shot by Katinka Herbert in the Wilton House, home of the Earl and Countess of Pembroke.

Joe Casely-Hayford’s career has a history which reflects the progress of modern British menswear, starting from a formal background at the Tailor & Cutter Academy before entering Saint Martin’s School of Art to study fashion design, and finally completing a History of Art course at the ICA. Joe’s signature has always combined innovation with tradition – both feeding off each other in equal measure.

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