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The Wade forward in 2011; For many years, WadeSmith was the name on everyone's lips when it came to style in Liverpool. Now the brand is back - with its own labels.

STANDING on the corner of Button Street and Mathew Street, WadeSmith was the go-to place for the hottest fashion names. From the coolest trainers to the smartest suits, you could find them in there.

Now, five years after the store closed, WadeSmith is back as a label.

Wade-Smith is now a family collective of four brands: Helen Wade-Smith, George Wade-Smith, Angie Wade-Smith and Robert Wade-Smith, focusing on high-quality, British-made products with an emphasis on style and longevity over disposable fashion.

Here we present pieces from the collection of "Modern British" menswear, a range of beautifully crafted and tailored suiting made using the best British cloths and all produced here in Britain.

The clothes will be available at WadeSmith's Hope Street Studios and online in the New Year at www.

wade-smith.com Notes Photographer: Cirila Zorenc Model: Stephen Elliott (www.nemesisagency.

co.uk) Styling: WadeSmith Photo retouch artist: Steve Collinson (www.stevecollinson.

com)

CAPTION(S):

Lisbon two-piece, grey and blue check peak lapel suit, pounds 590; shirt, pounds 149; tie, pounds 69 Asquith three-piece, Prince of Wales check suit, with peak lapel, pounds 1,500; shirt and tie as before Walpole twopiece, doublebreasted, peak lapel suit, pounds 1,290; shirt, pounds 149; blue skinny wool tie, pounds 55 Porto two-piece, grey pindot peak lapel suit, pounds 590; shirt, pounds 149; black knitted tie, pounds 69 Wilmington two-piece, grey pindot, notch lapel suit, pounds 1,290; shirt, pounds 149
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 30, 2010
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