Mr Hare launches a ready-to-wear collection

Featuring striking colours and fabrics with an exotic, regal quality

This spring sees shoemakerMr Hare launch a ready-to-wear clothes collection. Scarlet and midnight-blue Berber tunics (£150) and Kikuyu polka-dot trousers (£240) are what Hare calls “warrior level” style. Colours and fabrics have an exotic, regal quality – especially striking are the Baking shirt with Nehru collar (£150, pictured far right) and large-check Wolof overshirt (£175). The water-repellent nylon Fulani mac (£499), cotton poplin Bobo shirt (£160) and Zulu jeans (£150) are more traditional in style, but just as exuberant.


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