The Haspel Fall/Winter 2014 collection echoes the legacy of its founder, Joseph Haspel Sr., while advancing the style of the Haspel man. The collection includes seasonally-appropriate variations of the iconic seersucker suit, outerwear and expanded sportswear and tailored suiting categories designed with full-bodied fabrics in a warm tonal range for the cooler months. “We approach every collection looking to the classic clothing pieces a wealthy American guy would collect from across the world and put them through the filter of restrained American menswear.” said Sam Shipley. “The spring season had a bigger graphical feel and print focus, but for fall we used more small checks and nep yarns to emphasize texture–giving the collection a subtle look from afar, but a uniqueness up close.” Creator of the original seersucker suit, the Haspel family has been patrons to American style and innovation for more than 100 years. Haspel blends every great aspect of each individual era into one unique contemporary brand that feels present, yet steeped in a century’s worth of design and tradition. Seersucker may still be in it soul, but the Haspel party is year-round now.