The lightweight knit is easy to wear and looks smarter than your average T-shirt. Diagonal rib-stitching and a bright pink bring the staple into the now.
Cotton sweater, from Dior Men.
A yellow suit is not for the faint-hearted – which is exactly why you’ll easily stand out in one. Keep it casual in a light fabric (cotton or linen) and complete the look with summery sandals.
Cotton suit and linen shirt, from Boss. leather sandals, from Hermes.
The House of Ferragamo’s Florence-inspired spring collection includes prints of classical statues in anything but traditional colours such as light teal and ochre.
Cotton shirt, from Salvatore Ferragamo. Singlet, stylist’s own.
If you’re still feeling adventurous – even after donning a largely pink outfit – knot on a jaunty scarf.
Cotton shirts, shorts and scarf, from Hermes.
An abstract print in a rosy terracotta palette makes this ensemble a more unique alternative to the light tan summer suit.
Ermenegildo Zegna XXX cotton-linen suit, cotton sweatshirt and Z Zegna leather sandals, from Ermenegildo Zegna.
SEE THE LIGHT
Floaty and ethereal tulle – mostly seen on brides and ballerinas – and an all-over monogram print give this layered, multicoloured Louis Vuitton ensemble an irreverent lightness.
Polyamide jacket, T-shirt, shorts and leather sneakers, from Louis Vuitton.
THRICE AS NICE
Why choose one colour when you can have three? Loewe keeps things in balance by mixing a neutral (off-white), a bright (pink) and an earthy hue (green).
Cashmere sweater and cotton caftan, from Loewe.
TEXT LYNETTE KOH PHOTOGRAPHY TAN WEITE STYLING CK KOO ART DIRECTION FAZLIE HASHIM GROOMING ZOEL TEE, USING NARS & KEVIN.MURPHY MODEL LOUIS LESAFFRE/AVE MANAGEMENT