Our SS14 colour palette isn’t a tropical affair. Instead, Riviera influences led to a sun-bleached range of hues which are soft and feminine rather than bright and brash.
Our designers took inspiration from French artist, Jean Charlot, when thinking colour, and here’s why.
To complement our SS14 menswear collection which was inspired by the style of leisure time, this season we’re asking our favourite menswear bloggers how they stay looking sartorially sharp while relaxing or sojourning.
Join the impossibly well-dressed Matthew Zorpas of The Gentleman Blogger as he visits fashionable London hotspots dressed in Reiss SS14.
For more Style Well Travelled read our previous entry featuring Mr Boy.
Texture is a bit of a buzz word in fashion at the moment, and particularly in a summer season when cottons, silks, leathers and rich embroideries are tossed together to create beautiful, sunshine-ready looks.
It’s not about choosing a texture and sticking to it though, we suggest you blend and contrast these luxe fabrics to build the most tactile of ensembles.