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T.M.LEWIN CITY HIGHLANDER COLLECTION

COLOURS AND FABRICS INSPIRED BY THE HIGHLANDS FOR AUTUMN/WINTER 2014

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T.M.Lewin City Highlander

TM Lewin has taken inspiration from the rugged landscape and rich colour palette of the Highlands for their second installment of AW14 menswear

A new collection that’s unmistakably true to the spirit of Autumn, featuring deep shades of statement colour and bold prints and patterns.

This is a seasonal range rich in texture and detail, where layering is key and outdoor wear compliments classic tailoring. Where casual and formal blend elegantly together. The new season’s sharp suits paired with a contemporary khaki or navy padded jacket.

"A seasonal range rich in texture and detail"
"A seasonal range rich in texture and detail"

Checks are a major theme, from plaid shirt checks in classic reds and greens, through to warmer shades of burgundy and mustard, teamed with textured tailoring in a shadow check or contemporary pinstripe for a more directional look. 

The new rounded pin-through collar arrives for Autumn and selected shirts from the London range lose some of their formal edge, with a subtle ready-to-wear brushed treatment.

"Outdoor wear compliments classic tailoring"
"Outdoor wear compliments classic tailoring"

Heritage paisley patterns feature in ties, pocket squares, shirts and suit linings. Accessories are key - with a fresh selection of five coordinating London Collection ties arriving - each new tie beautifully finished with contrast tab stitch detail and tipped with a dark blue chambray fabric. 

Adding to the Autumn Casual Collection comes new knitwear to compliment the new casual shirts, plus an exciting new range of casual jackets in seasonal tweeds, milled in Scotland and exclusive to T.M.Lewin. There's also a selection of coordinating tweed accessories, including flat caps and belts.

"Unmistakably true to the spirit of Autumn"
"Unmistakably true to the spirit of Autumn"

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