My dudes over at D.S. Dundee are back to business this S/S - the business of absolutely killing it. The staples are there in full force from the perfect double breasted blazer to a badass straw panama hat. For those looking to keep things insanely fresh there is even a red gingham hooded popover and indigo check cotton shorts that fade like denim. I always talk about how D.S. Dundee is one of my favorites out right now and looking at this collection only reinforces the fact that they are easily one of the best brands coming out of the U.K. Up until this point I was curious as to how they would tackle the warmer weather after such an incredible F/W, rich with 3 piece tweeds, but they definitely followed up in serious style. The extremely clean and streamlined aesthetic of S/S 2010 is due in part to the hiring of new designer Elizabeth Reed who previously had stints at Dunhill and Polo. Elizabeth seems to be taking things in a new direction - one that creates a cool juxtaposition with the ruggedness of previous seasons. It also doesn't hurt that D.S. Dundee is run by a great group of guys who, contrary to popular belief, do not support terrorism.