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A LOOK AT THE FORTHCOMING RELIGION SPRING/SUMMER 2014 MENSWEAR COLLECTION

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Religion Spring/Summer 2014

Taking its signature dark and deconstructed aesthetic from their winter collection, SS14 sees Religion fuse together modern tailoring with classic sportswear influences to create their tradition of a layered silhouette. 

As well as zipper details and nylon fabrics to compliment leather which Religion is renowned for, print plays a strong role in the collection.

Religion’s variety doesn’t stop at just print and leather, with the inclusion of oversized tie-dye prints also. Religion’s relaxed tailoring sees the brand create a nylon blazer with a bomber jacket style front zip inserts for a textured look. The summer look sees printed shorts and matching shirts create a modern summer combo, while sweats and joggers have a washed out animal print.

"Print plays a strong role in the collection"
"Print plays a strong role in the collection"

Religion’s variety doesn’t stop at just print and leather, with the inclusion of oversized tie-dye prints also. 

Religion’s relaxed tailoring sees the brand create a nylon blazer with a bomber jacket style front zip inserts for a textured look. 

The summer look sees printed shorts and matching shirts create a modern summer combo, while sweats and joggers have a washed out animal print.

"SS14 sees Religion fuse together modern tailoring with classic sportswear"
"SS14 sees Religion fuse together modern tailoring with classic sportswear"

SS14 sees Religion offer a strong range of footwear to complement its clothes. 

The shoes main focus is leather animal print with it being paired with leather and suede of grey, black and white. 

Also available are rubber boat shoes and sandals to offer a bolder alternative when sneakers fail to compliment your SS14 attire.

"Religion’s variety doesn’t stop at just print and leather"
"Religion’s variety doesn’t stop at just print and leather"

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