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M&S unveils colourful spring 14 collection

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.

M&S style director Belinda Earl said: “Exquisite attention to detail and finish with an awareness of the contemporary woman have underpinned every aspect of this collection.”

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.

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