Multifaceted Vision-Models Mathias Lauridsen and Jonatan Frenk are enlisted by Scotch & Soda to appear in the label’s fall/winter 2014 lookbook. Wearing a menswear collection that reveals a multifaceted appeal, the models get ready to display the many influences that define next season’s aesthetic. With a strong 90’s inspiration, Scotch & Soda’s latest offering revamps classic patterns in menswear, reinventing them in a bigger and bolder way, while the fabrics are mixed to update the collection’s sartorial shapes. Traditional fabrics in menswear are in fact blended with innovative and performing sportswear-inspired materials, available in a selection of colors deeply inspired by Scandinavian landscapes.
If the 90’s inspiration isn’t enough for you, Scotch & Soda leads our minds in the charming city of Paris in the 1920’s or more recently in the turbulent 70’s with a selection of rich colors and prints used to define the label’s more extravagant suggestions, that are also pervaded by a hint of romanticism. Scotch & Soda’s fall offering also includes a series of slim-fitted designs, inspired by the severe military aesthetic, that get a new youth with a rebellious rock influence. The label’s more traditional customers will find their favorite designs in the ones decorated with the classic paisley pattern, which is the epitome of classic refinement.