YMC Fall/Winter 2014 | London Collections: Men

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Published January 8, 2014

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YMC Fall/Winter 2014–YMC designer Fraser Moss put together a cheeky collection for his fall/winter 2014 outing, dressing up sportswear for the preppy man at heart. Reinterpreting the tracksuit, Moss interjected the ensemble with a more sophisticated attitude, going from windbreaker to printed twinset. Embracing a baggy trouser and long coats, knitwear layered over dress shirts completed the smart collection.


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