Friday, April 18, 2014

Marks & Spencer Spring Summer 2014 Collections

Quality, innovation and exceptional design are now synonymous with Marks & Spencer and continue to be a steering force behind the season collection. From exquisite attention to detail and finish with awareness of the contemporary women have underpinned every aspect of this collection. Luxurious fabrication, an exploration of both the bold muted colour palette and vivid new prints, has shaped the Spring Summer 14 collection into a vibrant and fresh aesthetic with a distinctive trend direction.

This season has been a notable shift towards sleek styling and minimal design, clean lines and soft construction epitome. This look and feel whites, nudes and champagne metallic provide a soft tonal background while an emphasis on voluminous shaping and proportional variety infused with a feminine sensibility define the visual.

When abstract print, bold colour and feminine textiles come into play, and there continues to be an emphasis on the luxurious, leather has been exploded to include sumptuous new shades, lace has been intricately worked into classic for the Spring Summer 14 Collection is one of understated elegance, embracing the finesse of contemporary design’. Belinda Earl, Style Director.

White Out
Simplistic, clean and effortless with sleek sports detailing. White Out is a chic construction of linear shaping and fluid draping, reaffirming white as a bold new colour direction

Worldwide is a celebration of the contemporary adventures. Proportions are toyed with as abstract prints and bohemian layering fuse together in a graphic explosion of sleek feminity.

Pretty Things
A rendezvous with romance sees textured florals, razor pleats and outwear in sugary shades, collide. Sheer layering, cut work lace and a shine metallic define this eclectic fabrication and embody the contemporary lady-like aesthetic.

Paint Box
A contemporary exploration of the colour palette unites punchy primaries with the simple silhouette in an explosion of tonal diversity. Colourful leathers offset with luxe neutrals and contrasting texture epitomise the Paint Box visual.

90s Luxe
Easy elegance and sophistication with a sartorial edge define the ultra sleek 90’s revival. Monochromatic tailoring and taupe leathers punctuate the urban minimalist aesthetic in a redefinition of the classics. 

M&S Spring/Summer menswear collections are charactered by confidence and colour. Across the brands, colour is interpreted into signature styles, from washed tonal layering in North Coast, off duty primary coloured sports jackets in blue harbour to refined pastel toned in Collezione.

Traditional menswear staples are given a premium finish, with particular attention given to linings, pocket detailing, buttons, trims and fastenings. Texture adds interest to simple shapes, with lightweight knitted polos. Luxury cotton blazers and fine linen separates key to the season.
Formalwear focuses on fit, with suiting blocks refined to four concise blocks ensuring a consistent modern silhourtte across the tailoring brands.

The brand includes a lightweight cotton blazer in a fine herringbone. Sharp masculine three piece suiting and a window pane tweed blazer with a subtle nod to the colour trend in the check.’ Scott Fyfe, Director of Menswear.

About Marks & Spencer
Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers. M&S sells high quality, great value clothing and home products as well as outstanding quality food. 20 million customers visit its stores each week and has over 81,000 employees across the globe.

M&S was founded over 129 years ago and currently has over 760 UK stores and over 420 international stores in over 50 markets across Europe, the Middle East and Asia. For more information, you can visit

About Marks & Spencer in Malaysia
Marks & Spencer has traded in Malaysia since 1993 and now has 5 stores across Klang Valley including stores located in Suria KLCC, The Gardens, 1 Utama, Paradigm Mall, and Sunway Pyramid.

Marks & Spencer stores in Malaysia are operated by a long-standing franchise agreement with Al-Futtaim who also operate brands such Robinson, John Little, Costa Coffee in Singapore. For more information, you can visit

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