We choose to wear suits; they aren’t required. What they are is a uniform—and we love a good uniform. So much so that we wanted one we could walk the dog in, paint in, or simply daydream in. Our Free & Easy suit is designed for just that.
You don't have to think about it (too much). It’s cut a little looser, worn a little shorter, and made-to-measure in British fabrics like moleskin, wide-wale corduroy, and wool tweeds and thick flannels. We deconstructed it—while maintaining some of the handwork—so it feels almost as comfortable as wearing a sweater. Settle down, we said almost.
Here, Alex Beh takes a beat between shots in our Free & Easy wide-wale camel corduroy suit. The actor/director/writer of shorts and features including Coffees, Babe, Warren, and the newly released Three Women is currently working on his second feature film The Next Darling. Here, in a red cashmere knit hat, grey scarf, and a Boast fleece sweatshirt, Mr. Beh turns out a loose iteration of our uniform. Wear twice a week. Repeat.