[Fashion News] – LMC – Savile Row Autumn/Winter 2014-15 Collection

Good morning, super early and black outside just before I head on out to work, sadly however not dressed dapper and smart like this collection below!!

London Collections: Men – Savile Row’s Autumn/Winter collection really is a blast from the past. The timely, un-hipsterfiltered photographs really bring that era back. Absolutely smashing grasp on pre-war designs.

True gentlemen style and the use of hats in this collection brings an almost cheeky approach to the designs, authentic timely styles in our always revolving fashion society.

Because suits were never ‘in fashion’ they have never been out of fashion so designs like this are a possibility for the modern fashion conscious gentlemen. You might get a few double looks but that is what fashion is isn’t it, standing out and being unique?

Have a look at the designs below from the ones i’ve picked from the collection!

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As you can see an impressive collection. The use of colour is perfect, the styles aren’t too bright but neither too dull. A very nice collection of colour and texture and details in the fabric that are fresh but hold key aspects of heritage.

Designs like this work for city and country life, almost like its taken from a UK war drama on TV.

It is clear to see why England is famous for its menswear and how it is able to stay strong with its innovative new approaches for modern day consumerism.

What are your thoughts on this collection? Pop a comment below!

-Thomas


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