LOOK BOOK: AG Adriano Goldschmied Spring Summer 2014

AG Adriano Goldschmied has gone back to nature for Spring Summer 2014, exploring elements of flight and weightlessness while foundation denims and AG-ed Vintage washes keep the collection down to earth. Colours recall the early morning transition from dark to dawn, with elegantly shaded hues, hushed pastels, and sun-warmed neutrals. Prints of feathers, dandelions, and abstract bird nests are woven throughout and they look really intriguing. Spring also marks the debut of new add-ons: belts in rich, buttery leathers to complement the understated luxury that the brand have. You can check out the full Look Book below and the details on the collection!


Tonal layering mixes textures in nuanced hues of sand and blush; the silken Luminous Tank floats beneath a slouchy zip-front cardi dress, striking a balance with the Absolute Legging’s sleek silhouette. The chambray Marcel Shirt pairs effortlessly with the weathered Drew boyfriend jean, while the Radiance Tee reimagines an everyday basic in a whisper-light mix of modal jersey and rayon piecing.

Zipper accents deliver a modern touch to fluid dresses, knit layers, and the newest skinnies of the seasonÔÇöthe Taxi Zip, detailed with a mini zip pocket at the outer thigh, and the Reagan, a paneled style with ankle zippers along the inseam.


A touch of the unexpected elevates both on-the-clock essentials and downtime classics. Contrast piecing adds interest to fundamental tees and oxford shirting. The nature-inspired prints of the Dive Bomber denim jacket and the Aviator S/S Shirt are low-key but forward-thinking options for incorporating pattern, with ties and pocket squares to match.

Brilliant white selvage offers a palate-cleansing take on denim, as twills and sueded sateens supply toned-down shots of color. The Kannon trouser and short feature a two-tone waistband with drawstring closure for daringly pared-down style. All-terrain influence is evident in the Utilitarian slim and the Expedition pant, capturing the adventurous spirit of the collection.

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