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London based design studio, Braille, re-launch their menswear collection for Autumn/Winter 2013 with, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! A colour palette of warming reds, cool blues and blacks are classically masculine with hits of matte and shine lending a contemporary edge. The Duffel Coat with butted seams and blanket stitching, two-button blazers with contrasting colours and an extra-long Windbreaker with zipper controlled volume stay true to their strong but delicate signature handwriting. Once again travel is the guiding inspiration: a road trip to Marrakech, exploring the French coast and the discovery of Antwerp offer unique influences of sun, sea ad ships. “A long and winding journey led me to unexpected places, I dismissed fear, took risks and was rewarded with a more positive creative outlook.” Textiles remain the driving force behind the designs with wool Duffel, Melton and Tweed keeping things cosy and coated linen and cotton protecting from the elements. Print makes a more pronounced appearance for the Autumn/Winter season. Cotton shirting features manipulated shell illustrations of psychedelic flowers, whirlpools and a turbulent sea. Collage printed cotton jersey portray the dreams of the traveller. Suiting in both a light and dark colour way were developed from a photograph of the side of a boat. “With this collection we wanted to celebrate transportation, our interconnected society and freedom.” Braille propose an updated look for the Autumn/Winter 2013 season whilst still providing the wool jeans and tailoring that launched the brand and achieve their goal of creating pieces that fit seamlessly into the modern man’s wardrobe. For hi-res images please e-mail email@example.com
About the Designer
Benjamin is based in London, United Kingdom. His collections are produced in United Kingdom.
Braille, a textile driven label based in London fuses elements of the natural and cultural worlds to create garments with a strong but delicate aesthetic. Wool, waxed cotton and linen form the basis of all collections while colour plays a graphic role.