Pepe Jeans London sets trend this winterNovember 21st, 2008 - 10:12 pm ICT by ANI
Mumbai, Nov 21 (ANI/Business Wire India): Pepe Jeans London, a brand synonymous with chic street fashion and casual cool, has announced the launch of its winter wear 2008 collection called- Trend.
Keeping in mind the cold and chilly weather, layered pieces, knitwear and woolens form an integral part of the collection.
The collection is clean and sharp, driven with understated fashion for men. Fabrics are timeless with subtle tonal checks on pants; the mini-dogtooth is the pattern of the season, which appears on jackets, knits, shirts and pants. Graphics take on the photographic theme, with images taken from popular culture and early 80′’s. Needle stripe and mini prints in shirts feature as key pieces of the collections.
Colours like neutral greys, sit well with the classic ””Blacks and Whites”” in micro stripes and fine checks each with textural highlights. Knitwear is about hand feel, super soft yarns taking the geometric patterns to another league.
Trend for Women is for the fashion conscious, sophisticated customer, which is very clean and sharp following the modern lines, as well as picking up on some of the big volumes with dolman sleeves.
The graphics consist of attractive geometric patterns. The fabrications glisten and shine with interwoven lurex yarns in knitwear and drappy silk in wovens making it very polished and glossy. Collar, shoulder and the lapel areas are detailed.
The colour palette includes wines, off whites, candles and purples with black as the dominating colour; with highlights of cherry reds and bright pinks.
Not only is the Trend collection a must have this winter; accessories like skull caps, gloves, mufflers are a must-have as well. (ANI)
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