Ted Baker has once again teamed up with 6’6” swimmer Mark Foster to create the Spring/Summer 2015 collection for the Ted Baker T for Tall range – a collection of suits, checks and knits for the more heightened Joe.
Taking its inspiration from the mainline collection, T for Tall offers the 6’3” – 6’6” man a wardrobe of more tailored fits and summer essentials. From punchy romantic floral prints to oversized checks and patterned knits to create a smart and stylish collection.
This season sees the introduction of new styles to the T for Tall range. Swimwear in nautical stripes, enlarged checks on short-sleeve shirts and sporty bombers give the tall man an even wider, stylish offering.
A head-turning colour palette refreshes classic styles with bold blues on suits and chinos, whilst striking yellow and colour-block knits inject playfulness while linen textures relax more formal looks. You can check out the full range on the Ted Baker T for Tall website.
In celebration of the T for Tall range, Ted Baker have put together a short humourous skit featuring the Olympic champ on the troubles of being a taller Joe.
While admiring a masterpiece at the T&B Museum, Mark becomes embroiled in a smash-and-grab-gone-wrong with the city’s notorious art thieves. The getaway car is a rather magnificent 1973 Alfa Romeo. While this masterpiece has beautiful bodywork, its boot is somewhat modest and the crooks struggle to find a way of getting Britain’s most successful swimmer in it. It’s a bit of fun and shows off the Ted Baker T for Tall tailoring in all its splendor. Check it out below…
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