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Autumn is now fast approaching and now is the time to start thinking about your new season wardrobe. Read on to discover our definitive guide to the key Autumn/Winter 2014 menswear trends.


Inject some life into your wardrobe with bold geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colours. Classic colour block interpretations come from quintessentially British brands such as Paul Smith and John Smedley, whilst more contemporary, graphic takes are given a vibrant, animalistic update by the likes of Kenzo and Marcelo Burlon.


Animals play a huge part in the new season, whether that be in full form imagery or more traditional prints. Opt for easy-to-wear classic leopard and tiger print accents to add to your wardrobe or be drawn to digital iconography and vivid graphic imagery. Anything goes, from wolves to owls and even flamingos from iconic brands including McQ Alexander McQueen and Kenzo or contemporary designers such as Marcelo Burlon and Neil Barrett.


For Autumn/Winter 2014, it’s time to look back to the nineties for your style inspiration and recall your inner urge to wear designer labels loud and proud. Statement prints and tongue-in-cheek graphics sit alongside heavily branded pieces from the likes of Moschino, Versus Versace and Kenzo. For a more subtle way to tap into the trend, opt for a logo emblazoned bag, trainers or sweatshirt to work into your existing wardrobe.


Camouflage remains huge for Autumn/Winter; revitalised for the new season by the addition of bold colours. Inspired by the classic army style, the timeless pattern appears in more contemporary disguises from the likes of Paul Smith and Valentino as well as accented in logos and panelling from brands including Stone Island and Armani Jeans.