Pops of colour, all-white outfits, textured fabrics and bold prints are to feature heavily in Marks & Spencer’s spring 14 range.
The high street retailer, which overhauled its womenswear for autumn 13, has continued the process for spring.
The womenswear offer is grouped into five trend stories: Worldwide, a tribal-influenced look; the more directional 1990s Luxe range; Whiteout, featuring high-waisted skirts and cropped tops; Paintbox, which uses punchy primary colours and simple silhouettes; and Pretty Things, a ladylike floral range.
In menswear, colour is also crucial, with bright shorts in pea green and lemon shades as well as candy floss-coloured knitwear and scarlet polos. The new collections will begin to arrive in store and online from January. Retail prices for womenswear, not including basics, will range from £19.50 for a leather bracelet to £349 for a leather jacket.
Menswear will be priced from £25 for a leather belt to £799 for 100% wool suits.