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Tessellated geometric patterns and a striking shade of china blue freshen up the classic short-sleeved shirt, making this a versatile piece that fits in seamlessly at any gathering.
Red’s the colour of the season but you wouldn’t want to look like a walking angbao. The monotony of a solid red hue is broken up by microprints on this polo, helping you to differentiate yourself from amongst a sea of crimson shirts.
Saunter into the office looking all dapper (while your colleagues ponder over how to hide the fact that they had one too many pineapple tarts). The classic suit is given a modern update at G2000 with an exactingly tailored, sharp silhouette, which is complemented perfectly by the muted hues of classic grey.
With contrast buttons and subtle prints, this crisp long-sleeved number is the perfect blend of quirky print and tailored sophistication – ideal for the modern gentleman. Let it take you seamlessly from boardroom to celebratory drinks with friends.
If there’s one sartorial lesson to be learnt, it’s that looking classy will last long beyond the New Year. This shirt does dressed-down chic effortlessly, with contrasting navy and white hues for a classic nautical look.
G2000’s new Men’s Spring Collection 2016 features a balanced mix of materials, designed around the contemporary urbanite. Featuring clean silhouettes, classic prints and extensive detail, its formal wear range provides sophisticated and understated style in and out of the boardroom. The informal collection also offers smart work-appropriate options that double up as stylish off-duty favourites for the modern gentleman. Available in stores now.
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