Scapa Delivers Essential Tailoring & Tropical Styles for Spring

January 6, 2016
Model Wouter Peelen for Scapa Spring/Summer 2016

Heading into spring, Scapa plays model favorites, reuniting with Wouter Peelen and Eugen Bauder. Balancing formal and casual styles with its mainline and Scapa Sport, a smart wardrobe comes together with a sophisticated attitude. The brand’s latest style narrative begins with traditional suiting. Windowpane print separates and linen essentials create a sleek image for the season.

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Wouter Peelen is quite the vision in spring neutrals, contrasted against a windowpane print waistcoat.

Model Eugen Bauder steps out with a semi-casual look for Scapa Sport.

Scapa Sport Spring/Summer 2016

Eugen Bauder is in the spotlight once more as he fronts Scapa Sport’s spring-summer 2016 outing. Showcasing relaxed fashions with a smart approach to clothing pairings, Scapa delivers plenty of staples for an easy season under the sun.

Eugen Bauder embraces leisure beach style for Scapa Sport.
Scapa brings the waistcoat into a casual conversation for eclectic style options.
Eugen Bauder embraces a sporty aesthetic with Scapa Sport’s bicolor hooded sweatshirt.
Scapa goes tropical with a Birds of Paradise theme for spring.

Birds of Paradise: Scapa Spring/Summer 2016

Scapa’s elegant approach to menswear gets a tropical infusion with the brand’s spring-summer 2016 collection. Model Wouter Peelen is once again the face of the label. A perfect match for Scapa, Wouter captures its refined sentiments with a splash of fun. Hero pieces for the season such as the line’s sharp blazers, lightweight scarfs and tailored trousers are updated with bold patterns and lively colors.

Wouter Peelen stuns in a relaxed indigo colored button-down shirt, paired with a patterned scarf.
Scapa delivers color with its fun tropical prints and bold suiting separates.
Wouter Peelen wraps his hair for the ultimate getaway look.
Wouter Peelen is a casual but chic vision in a fun green ensemble for Scapa.