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What spring 14 menswear trends have you spotted?

Industry insider’s share their thoughts.

style council

Nick Keyte

At London Collections: Men a variety of trends emerged - from eclectic prints to muted, pared-back outerwear. For John Lewis (pictured), prints and patterns taken directly from our archive are key to the spring 14 collection, and there is an emphasis on exceptional quality and British heritage.

Luke Conod

The strongest men’s trend emerging this season is strong bright prints on shirts, whether it’s a paisley print, fluoro or Aztec. For us, the brand that’s leading the way is Diesel (pictured). Its of-the-moment shirts are really driving sales in store.

Reece Crisp

It’s been really interesting to see how designers are keeping the streetwear aesthetic alive. It’s something that was prevalent in Milan and has been continued in Paris. Wide leg shapes are a big trend focus (Damir Doma, pictured) .

Amy Rycroft

The street and skate trend is still prevalent and continues to gain momentum, with accessories more key to this particular look (Versace, pictured). Brands are being much more explorative with prints and patterns, which is really exciting to see.

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