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The Berlin Shows: Villain

Men’s young fashion brand Villain exhibited at Bread & Butter for the first time for spring 13, where it showcased an inviting selection of on-trend styles.

“The collection is very much individual product based, rather than having an overall theme or trend,” said the brand’s founder John Vullo. Reflecting this season’s prints trend, paisley shirts feature prominently, while the brand has also used a metallic finish on both chinos and T-shirts to create distinct looks. Bright colours are used throughout the offer, with pink, green and turquoise chinos and multicoloured tie-dye trousers, sitting alongside lemon, blue and white polka dot, Breton styles, flecked T-shirts, and polos. One of the standout items in the spring 13 collection is a perforated turquoise parka. Denim, two-tone shorts and chunky knits are also available. Wholesale prices range from £12 to £75.

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