For the Fall/Winter 2014 season Andreas Melbostad was inspired by the suits of astronauts and futurism, not in shape but details, for Diesel Black Gold. There is slight padded ribbing as well as off centered zippers that you would find on the uniforms. When it came to the color palette, it was futurism. There was a ton of metallics as well as mirrored metal plates embellishing skirts and dresses.
The exceptional pieces didn’t just stop with the clothing, the boots were a statement on their own. Many cap toed, buckled, and zippered while others were kept simple. They are sure to be a constant photographed piece when they become available. You can check out the full collection below.
Public School, the name says it all. A perfect balance of both street and the clean lines of tailoring. Fall/Winter 2014 also marked the introduction of of womenswear by the brand with the western pioneer aesthetic.
Of the early days of Fashion Week and of all men’s, designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne would have to be my favorites so far for the season. There was a great balance of aesthetics and the tailoring was just exceptional. I’m very intrigued to see how the brand will evolve over the years. You can see the full collection below.
Dots were in abundance at the men’s Fall/Winter 2014 Band of Outsiders collection. Whether it be jackets, scarves, or sweaters; there was no lack of the print this season. Designer Scott Sternberg didn’t just stop there. He also had ombre plentiful classic men’s prints like plaids and stripes.
Out of them all, the denim dotted suit above would be my favorite piece. When it comes to a denim suit, we have all been tarnished by the infamous one worn by Justin Timberlake, but Sternberg has showed that two things on opposite ends of the spectrum can work together with this one. You can see the full collection below.
For Fall/Winter 2014 Timo Weiland took inspiration from modern love. From the strategically placed stripes, muted, checker plaid patterns, leather detailing, and cool, complimenting colors to help bring the emotions of a New York weekend to life.
Corduroy was in abundance this season. Paired with alpaca wool, the pants felt smartened up as opposed to the usual casual feel that it gives off. You can see the amazing collection in full below. What do you think of it?