January 21, 2014 | Daniella & Letisha Jones-Ellis
Today marks the last day of this year’s London Show Rooms event in Paris, France and what an event it’s been.
With all eyes on Le Loft as a must be location since Friday, this five day homeage to fashion has seen great use of abstract cuts, patterns, prints and tones to keep you males going through the AW14 season.
Not only that, London Show Rooms ‘takes London’s leading emerging design talents to Paris for AW14, to increase their media presence and develop their businesses internationally,’ proving to be a bonus and helping hand for both designers and you, the consumer.
Some favourites on the catwalk included brands Agi & Sam, Astrid Andersen, Christopher Raeburn, E Tautz and Matthew Miller. Here’s some inspiration for you to experiment with this season.
Agi & Sam
The use of print and pattern seperates will help to make the often dark colours of the season pop, with the use of the colour white and grey offering great panels.
Every one needs a tailored, decent sized coat to bring that extra feeling of warmth and comfort, particularly when wearing a suit complete with jacket. E.Tautz have you covered with their versatile coats complete with pocket, collar and button detail.
Want to inject a block colour into your look but don’t want to draw too much attention to yourself? Take a leaf out of Palmer/Harding’s book and choose a colour in the form of an accessory (a belt) to add a bit of fun. Or perhaps a two tone shirt or jacket that gives the illusion of multiple items and layers?
Image Source: British Fashion Council