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Menswear 2014 / 15

January 25, 2014

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I’ve been looking through the Milan, Paris and London fashion forecasts for the winter/fall menswear collections 2014/15. Not surprisingly there’s a lot of grey and a huge amount of strong, bold geometrics, but also some subtle play with textures and imagery too. Emporio Armani starts us off with some lighter tones (of grey) and some clever, yet delicate, printed mark-making.

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Wood grains, marbling and fur make wonderful part prints here.

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Iceberg plays around with checks and smudges, I think someone’s discovered a new tool in photoshop !

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Agi and Sam and McQueen introduce some of those large linear patterns I mentioned.

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Tautz also has bold tessellations but mixed with floral, almost medieval looking fruit and vines.

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MSGM are still convinced that grey is the way to go but have a slightly rebellious posh punk theme coming through.

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Finally Roberto Cavalli and Frankie Morello show us how to introduce some welcome splashes of colour, with your greys. Some clever layering and beautiful textural prints too.

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I thought the fake knitted prints were quite fun too.

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And finally for those of you who haven’t yet given up smoking, here’s the reason to do so. Oooo what a no no ! With some fancy print ideas for women’s silk scarves to close the post… but menswear ? … seriously ! 10 out of 10 for trying I guess.

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Many thanks to the lovely Barbara over at Pattern Prints Journal who keeps me up to date on what (or not) to wear.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 28, 2014 4:30 pm

    The last shot brings 1960’s Carnaby Street to mind… Mary Quant’s miniskirts, The Beatles, Jean Shrimpton, Twiggy. What a great era.

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