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Menswear Trends AW 2014

July 26, 2014

Future Menswear Trends AW 2014

In recent months major cities around the world have hosted fashion weeks showcasing the hottest new trends and some well-known comeback styles that will be ready for the new autumn/winter 2014 season.

Dynamic and intuitive Menswear Trends AW 2014

Menswear collections have seen dynamic and intuitive creativeness for the coming season and well-known designers alongside newcomers have provided a spectacular insight into what will be influencing the high street and many independent boutiques throughout the next few months.

 

Menswear collections are becoming increasingly influential with many gentlemen taking extra pride in appearance and establishing a unique and individual style alongside the current trends.

 

Traditional British eloquence has influenced a generation of designers and this has been portrayed in several trends for the upcoming season. Menswear in Britain has an abundance of timeless heritage but this season sees a mash up with fresh modernity.

 

Designers have given us an insight to what styles and looks we will be incorporated into our new season wardrobes and we have shared our Top 10 menswear trends for autumn/winter 2014.

1. Menswear Trends AW 2014 – Check Mate

There is no getting away from the traditional check or tartan design.

Collections provided a reawakening to the conventional style and designers sampled this crisp motif on outerwear, knitwear and suits. International inspirations created a twist on the quintessential trend with influences from African tribal patterns and traditions.

2. Let your inner rebel out –

Menswear Trends AW 2014 for this season sees dark, shadowy tones return to collections with a hint of 90’s inspirations. Clothing has an edgy and urban feel that oozes a tough, rebellious style. Fabric’s encompassed leather and hard-hitting accessories with detailed finishes for this dark, punk like look.

3. The Art collection –

Traditional craft collections have inspired these intriguing Menswear Trends AW 2014 with influences from woven tweed and English flannels.

Prints and arty design have provided a fresh twist on floral transition styles from spring/summer 2014. Intricate detail and fine hand worked creations have given this style an astounding fresh remodel for the new season.

4. Supersize Mankets –

Knitwear has taken an oversized look this autumn/winter with a showcase of masses of fabrics and extra large blanket style outerwear.

Known as ‘The Manket’ this style is an amalgamation of the cape and scarf trend. It has proved a popular addition to the conventional coat and outerwear examples currently available.

5. Raglan raincoats –

For Menswear Trends AW 2014 designers have taken a slightly laid-back approach to the traditional raincoat with a less structured style raglan sleeve.

This sleek and modern twist on the classic provides a stylish alternative to accompany traditional smart suits or casual laid back attire.

6. Menswear Trends AW 2014-Men’s monochrome

This classic trend took on a slightly different feel with collections featuring all black outfits with lashings of white or monochrome patterns.

 

Black oozes style and sophistication and designers showcased a variety of ensembles from lustrous suits to smart casual wear. Each piece provided crisp white aspects for added flair.

7.Menswear Trends AW 2014- Recreating the roll neck

Knitwear is always a big feature on the catwalks for autumn/winter and this season is no exception.

 

Influences from the 90’s have given us a rebirth of the infamous roll neck jumper that provides an on trend look whilst keeping warm on those winter days.

8. Menswear Trends AW 2014-Ice cool quilting –

Quilting has inspired a whole innovative ideal in collections for the new season.

 

Long gone are the days of over sized puffa jacket and long style puffy coats. This season sees slimmer cut designs and subtle quilting that exudes contemporary and characteristic British countrymen style.

9. Menswear Trends AW 2014-Brown tie event

Eveningwear has taken a sharp twist with a new on trend colour taking centre stage.

Shades of brown have taken over from the navy phase and create a luscious feel to suits and eveningwear with hints of velvet and glossy fabrics. Lighter tones have generated a daywear style that is perfect for a sleek sophisticated look.

10. Menswear Trends AW 2014-Biker boys

A favoured outerwear classic is the original biker jacket. This season sees a host of on trend colours including dark greens, chocolates and taupe shades.

The biker jacket radiates sex appeal and gives an edgy, tough impression to an outfit. Designers have experimented with other fabrics such as suede that gives a fresh variance to the classic leather biker jacket.

Menswear Trends AW 2014 colours of the season have included a mixture of bright varieties of autumnal hues such as vivacious orange or deep darker tones including dusky green and smoky greys. Orange for autumn/winter 2014 is hailed as the new black in menswear and collections featured vibrant full styles and understated hints paired with darker tones.

 

Tailored looks enjoyed earthy green tones and designers captured the raw yet sophisticated element of the colour. This trend looks perfect on a stand out statement piece matched with other subtler styles.

Autumn/winter 2014 has showcased the prime trends for the upcoming season. Some trends have been given a new lease of life whilst others fashion a new set of rules and style sophistication.

 

UK and international designers have once again set the playing field for inspirational future fashion trends, giving us the insight to style the upcoming season.

 

Check Mate-Menswear Trends AW 2014

Let your inner rebel out

The Art collection

Supersize Mankets

Raglan raincoats

Men’s monochrome

Recreating the roll neck

Ice cool quilting

Brown tie event

Biker boys

Menswear Trends AW 2014-Colours of the season

 

 

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