Wall Street inspires new look

DEFINITIVE British tailoring and designer-look casual wear are the foundations for Next’s new autumn/winter range.

DEFINITIVE British tailoring and designer-look casual wear are the foundations for Next’s new autumn/winter range.

The high street brand is making a bold statement with the return of high-powered silhouettes and 1980s design accents that are pure Wall Street.

Key pieces include navy bold stripe suits, grey checked tailoring and pink check shirts, accessorised with black Italia shoes, pinstripe ties and nailfile cufflinks.

In contrast, there are structured slim-fit cuts in the Future Noir collection which provide a contemporary alternative to suiting and feature deep berry hues, a welcome addition to the usual greys and blacks.

A monochrome palette is offset against highlights of purple and mulberry and includes a tweed jacket, skull tie and berry shirt and tie set Casualwear is diverse with the Red October range drawing inspiration from military deigns and detailing while Future Imperfect looks to the rock aesthetic of T-shirts, denim and accessories.

Key pieces for Red October include a black toggle sweater, biker jeans and leather trim cargo trousers, while the rock look features a union jack T-shirt and brown leather biker jacket.

The Locker Room collection is all about the preppy look with jersey and leisure-wear featuring polo-shirts, jogger pants, lambswool hoody, collegiate scarf and jeans.

Next have been using international model and friend of the stars Nathan Bogle in their latest campaign.

As well as a stunning collection for autumn/winter, the chain is also celebrating a new-look store in the MetroCentre.

The Next store has been transformed to give the impression of shops within a shop, with dedicated departments over 28,000 square feet.

It will open on Saturday August 1 at 10am and the first 50 paying customers will receive a Next goodie bag.

For more information visit www.next.co.uk

 
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