As is typical of the brand, Max ‘n Chester has delivered a line of clothing that perfectly intermingles luxury with comfort, highlighting that one does not need to be sacrificed for the other. Rooted in the four pillars of fabric, design, silhouette and comfort that the brand upholds, the Spring/Summer 2017 collection elevates classic designs to a global landscape by drawing on a prism of Moroccan, Italian, Japanese and Cuban influences. The clothing utilizes 100% natural fabric created at three leading mills in Japan and features a subdued and simple color palette, incorporating shades of white, ecrus, oatmels, khakis, chambrays and indigos across the entire line. Designer Peter Trainor has made chic new additions in his collection this season on top of his variations on the classic silhouette. There’s a play on the traditional, with wide leg pants changing the aesthetic of the summer suit. The brand has also ventured into collarless blazers, club collar shirts, jogger shorts and pajama-set suits for men. Trainor, who is at the forefront of this collection, had this to say about his creations: “We design clothes for the person who wants to be fashionable and chic, yet still comfortable. This season we’ve done that in the most elevated way yet.” Check out the collection in the gallery above.