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Stitch Spring 14: Key trends

Bench spring 14

The key trends from Stitch.

Primary colours

Bold crayon hues of yellow, red and blue were the overarching colour trend at Stitch. Predominantly used across separates, they made an impact as solid blocks of colour. Particularly eye-catching when it came to outerwear, the trend was also seen across jersey pieces and T-shirts.

Slim-fit jeans

Men’s jeans have slimmed down for spring 14, with brands suggesting that customers are still looking for a more streamlined silhouette from their denim. Finding a balance between straight-leg and skinny, it was common to see fits narrowing around the ankles.

Collarless motorcycle jackets

For both men and women, leather motorcycle jackets were a popular choice for spring outerwear. The silhouette was refined and less bulky, with collarless styles popular.

Photo-print T-shirts

Photo-print T-shirts had a strong presence across the show. Vintage prints were widespread, including Polaroid-style images on washed-out cottons. Forest and ocean scenes were used as all-over images on T-shirts and jersey.

Hawaiian prints

Hawaiian prints were everywhere, with bright florals spotted across both menswear and womenswear. Short-sleeved shirts and matching tailored shorts were popular for men, along with the obligatory swim shorts, while women’s blazers and dresses were splashed with prints (Bench, pictured).

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