Men’s 2014 Autumn/Winter Print Pattern

The easiest way to look outdated is to wear a print that was in season about 8 years ago.  For example, if you see people with outfits from the 80’s there is absolutely no confusion about what era’s clothes it was.  So to follow the latest print pattern style it is important to be on the lookout for something that can’t be traced back to a specific era.  One of my absolute favourite designers, Karl Lagerfeld, once said “Trendy is the last stage before tacky”, meaning – if one only dress with the latest trends you end up looking tacky, not fashion forward.

For men’s Autumn/Winter 2014 the print pattern focus will move into the background looking much more distorted and blurred than the previous years led by monochromatic colours giving it a more timeless feeling.

The focus for print pattern in 2014 will mostly consist of the following:
1.       Industrial Graphics
2.       Foulard Print
3.       Hand-drawn monochrome
4.       Digital Collage

Thanks to Sara Maggioni & Francesca Muston from WGSN I am able to bring you the latest updates.  The images provided in this post are also their work and I don’t claim them to be my own.

Looking back at the fashion posts I did the past few days I hope I have inspired the guys to be on the lookout for clothing items that will be fashion forward in 2014, but also that it will suit your personality and personal style.  Fashion is a reflection of what you want the world to see you as.  The message you send depends solely on yourself.

So guys, be more interested in fashion, read magazines and ask for help, be sure the message you send out to the world is the right one.

Have a great weekend.


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