The fashion industry has been good to menswear designer David Hart. In March of last year, the designer was one of four selected as GQ’s Best New Menswear Designers in America. The win was accompanied by a Gap collaboration and a watershed of press. Three months later, Vogue was tapping him as a finalist for their CFDA Fashion Fund and it’s through that program that Mr. Hart’s wares will be stocked on Amazon Fashion later this month. Back in 2009, the designer launched a small collection of the accessory but it wasn’t until 2013 that he launched a full ready-to-wear range. Having had an affinity for ties and tailored clothing since he wore his first bow tie in elementary school, the Maryland-native’s current line-up is little surprising. The Spring 2016 range headed to stores in a few weeks includes single-breasted, two button suit styles of Irish linen and summer weight wool colored in a palette reminiscent of Easter as well as Bauhaus graphics. Those offerings come mixed with a few sportswear options like knit cardigans and polos which Mr. Hart said are his focus for Fall 2016. Read more at Observer.