Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Relatively new to the fashion game, Armoire D’Homme are an emerging menswear brand that all FashionBeans readers should keep their eye on. The epitome of the FashionBeans ethos, the Copenhagen-based design house is one built on timelessness and functionality with an overarching emphasis on high quality textiles.

The brand’s AW13 collection, and accompanying lookbook, features reinvented contemporary classics with a clear 1960s influence. Utilising modern form-fitting silhouettes, the pieces, which range from casual through to formal, are mixed effortlessly together, creating a seamless transition between garments and looks. While flaunting an endless possibility of ensemble combinations, the ease in which every piece would integrate into a modern capsule wardrobe is yet another glaring factor worth noting.

The line itself is a dashing collection of on-point minimalist items, which come in the form of fitted trousers, slim button-downs and Henley style pullovers, along with a healthy mix of simplistic cardigans, hoodies and jackets. Choosing to employ a deep palette of autumn friendly hues, the lookbook features on trend outfits in shades of navy and army green with subtle grey undertones, giving the items a timeless appeal that will ensure they remain relevant for years to come.

One look in particular sums up this highly dapper collection: a cropped navy mac teamed with a sleek pair of matching tone trousers. Neatly tucked beneath lies a nylon brown zip-up vest blanketing a simple white shirt. Classic British heritage meets rugged American workwear – an extremely easy to wear outfit that men of all ages could pull off.

You can see more information about Armoire D’Homme at armoiredhomme.com.

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection

Armoire D’Homme AW13 Collection