Burgeoning label s.k. manor hill has released its 2016 spring/summer collection, featuring a range of relaxed silhouettes. Constructed with natural fabrics sourced from both Europe and Japan, the pieces are ultimately made in New York City. The dynamic influences, however, are clear with the garments’ neutral palette and Japanese tailoring. The use of cuts such as Grandad collars and rounded outlines create a distinctly casual look, while simultaneously retaining the edge of a sharp dresser. With designer Dominic Sondag, formerly of Engineered Garments, at the helm of the new imprint, we can look forward to a promising future of standout collections. For more information on release dates and where to shop the range, you can head over to s.k. manor hill’s website.