Cheap Monday embraced a 1990s street style for their spring/summer 2014 show, giving their signature denim and separates a charming retro attitude. Combining an easy color palette of black, gray and white, Cheap Monday infused the lineup with prints and graphics for a little punch. / View the collection gallery here.
Sticking to their minimalist roots, Filippa K showcased tailored suiting and sportswear in a pleasant monochromatic color scheme. Adding details that outlined the shape and construction of their menswear essentials, the quality of their workmanship was center stage. / View the collection gallery here.
J.Lindeberg took this season’s inspiration from the outdoors, embracing safari jackets and beetle hued jewel tones for a delightful undertaking. From graphic sweaters and bold colored suit numbers to the safari jacket, reinterpreted in several cuts, J.Lindeberg excelled. / View the collection gallery here.
The Local Firm’s collection White Concrete continued their streetwear aesthetic while also paying tribute to city life. Mixing denim essentials like the jacket with a subdued print and varying proportions for separates, The Local Firm came out on top with a strong range of pieces to look forward to with the spring season. / View the collection gallery here.
WhyRed finds their inspiration for the spring/summer 2014 season in Ingmar Bergman’s 1961 film Through a Glass Darkly. Translating a mental break into clean whites, sheer materials and reworked proportions, fit for layering, WhyRed reveals an aspirational wardrobe. View the collection gallery here.