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BURTON SPRING/SUMMER 2015 COLLECTION

MANHATTAN, PALM SPRINGS, HAMPTONS AND MONOLUX INSPIRED TRENDS

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Burton Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

For Spring/Summer 2015 Burton have come into their own. Creating an inspiring casual range that hits strong menswear trends for the season. ‘Crafted Legacy’ is Burton menswear’s main casualwear trend this spring summer 2015. This must-have trend takes inspiration from functionality and utility of the Scandinavian style. It’s all about very easy to wear bold colours that will definitely give you that fresh look.

The key to this trend is simplicity and bold colours. It’s time to update your wardrobe with the correct definition of modern casualwear.

If you’re looking to make a real statement go for fisherman’s jackets and hooded parkas in bold tones. Scale down the check on your shirts and go for lighter combinations to get a new and refreshed look for spring summer. This trend additionally introduces Breton and Engineered stripes on tees – a big change in graphic aesthetics. To complete this look simply add some vintage denim. Looking stylish on causal days couldn’t get any simpler. 

Burton always takes great pride when it comes to formalwear and this season is no different. This is the time of the year when you’ll most definitely need some formalwear. Whether you’re headed to the races, summer weddings, prom or just need to smarten up for a formal occasion – they have the perfect look for you.

This season is made up of four unique and inspiring smart and formal trends. Firstly, the ‘Manhattan’ formal trend is inspired by the cool and slick looks of New York’s city district. Another big trend for smart casual and formalwear will be ‘Monolux’ which is all about monochrome colour palettes, geometric shapes and "posh" sportswear. They're continuing their smart trends with ‘Hampton’ inspired by the east coast of America – taking inspiration from nautical and Riviera styles. Lastly, for their ‘Palm Springs’ trend they've taken inspiration from the slick, sharp styling of the way men dressed in the 50s and 60s on the west coast of America and have built a look that is wearable and a real smart casual statement.

Manhattan - Sophisticated and easy to wear shapes is what the modern office man is looking for. In this trend slim silhouettes are complimented by subtle micro textures within clean suiting fabrics. Key shirt colours include pinks, lilacs and white. Complimenting this clean look is an injection of bold colours like fuchsia, electric blue and red in the suit lining and in ties.

Palm Springs - Perfect for the modern gent, this trend echoes slim silhouettes from the 50’s and 60’s American style. A softer and lighter colour palette, fabrics with subtle checks in grey, contrasting with bold, confident patterns in teal and soft colours. Complete this look by adding a tie in mustard, bold green or soft pastel tones – make sure it compliments your shirt and suit. Make a smart statement with sharp, clean fabrics, geometric stitch texture and bold angular shapes. It’s all about slim and skinny legs with a boxier look on top. Create this with hem shirts, boxy chopped blazers and Harrington jackets. The core palette for this trend is mature blues and greys with key highlights in mustard, teal greens, bright blues and ginger tones.

Hamptons - Burton are bringing the Hamptons to you with this trend. This concept is based around classic and nautical colours such as red and blue. Heavily striped tops paired with skinny chinos or dark skinny jeans. The colour palette and silhouette for this trend has been updated making it very accessible and easy to wear – creating a fresh and sharp overall feel.

Monolux - It’s time to take your sportswear and give it a refreshing sharp and smart twist. This trend is made up of a monochrome colour palette with highlights of teal, bold yellows and rich purples. Key staples are graphic geometric printed tees, sweats and coated denim – all finished off with a hooded nylon jacket.

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