Up In The Highlands – Beaumont Amsterdam

The earth tones and grey-blue hues that reveal the British landscape in the fall and winter months take you to the feeling of crisp outdoor air and the smell of moss in an autumn forest. The inspiration for bright, mysterious colours and graphic prints comes from the impressive interiors of English country houses – from wallpaper in striking patterns and a mix of bright colours that give different rooms a theme, you can never make enough statement

For the FW23 collection, Beaumont Amsterdam was inspired by these opposites. Where bold colours amplify a spectacle of safe tones, the earthy tones soften the mysterious feeling of bright colours. The team created a collection that includes no less than 7 colour palettes, in which you can choose a statement every day, no matter what mood you’re in. Go for a complete ton-sur-ton look, from jacket to pants, or like the English, with a colour-blocking print in a bold colour.


Colour Capsule 01 The most vibrant colour, inspired by energetic red tones. The perfect colour for creating instant statement looks. Flame is the tone of passion and inspiration

Dahlia Purple

Colour Capsule 02 These flirtatious colours give you a touch of mystery and magic in your daily life. Make a statement in a bold ton-sur-ton look. Dahlia Purple empowers your everyday look.


Colour Capsule 03 A calm, dreamy hue that gives you a soft blue look. The colour of crisp air and a tumultuous sea. Perfect for creating layers in your winter looks.


Colour Capsule 04 Where winter whites meet the simplicity of beige. Rich materials and timeless yet modern silhouettes dominate this colour capsule.

Golden Green

Colour Capsule 05A vintage warm feeling combined with a graphic print for an interesting look. The earthy tones take you to a forest shining in the autumn sun.


Colour Capsule 06A colour that lays the foundation for every winter look. The earthy tone of warm grey creates a brown hue you didn’t know you were missing.

Black & White

Colour Capsule 07Black & White, Suit & Tie. This colour capsule is inspired by the Peaky Blinders of the roaring ’20s. With a focus on men’s suits, chalk stripes, and jacquard materials.


Beaumont, traditionally an outerwear label, is this season emphasizing the complete ton-sur-ton look. For the first time, the jackets and apparel have been designed with the same concept and inspiration in mind. You can see this in the colour capsules and the different colour families that have been incorporated into the design. The inspiration from the Scottish Highlands has also been included in the jackets’ design. So, you’ll find the Peaky Blinders checked pattern, but also the statement colour combinations from British country houses and the necessary functional additions to go into the crisp cold can be found within this outerwear collection.


Suits have now become integral to the Beaumont collections. This season, the suit has been reinvented for everyone’s taste, from short chinos in twill fabric to the success of the double jersey fabric in a pant in multiple versions. The oversized blazers have been renewed, inspired by a men’s blazer with big shoulders in a double-breasted design. The Tatum blazer, which feels like a large vest due to the double jersey material, is also returning in this collection.


In this collection, Beaumont focuses on graphic prints. These come back in flexible and airy fabrics, mixing statement colours from the collections. Perfect for creating colour-blocking looks with bold colours.