David Naman Autumn/Winter 2013
Presenting a lookbook with more than initially meets the eye, David Naman appears to have introduced an alternative option for sartorially-inclined gents this season.
With an exploration of fit, contrasts and tailoring techniques, photographer Sara Fileti captures an effortless Sven Stoop as he models this smart and vibrant collection.
Designing within a vivid palette of yellow, red and grey sees a continued use of primary colour pops as a means of introducing detail whilst exemplifying individual styling. With modern gents constantly seeking statement formal wear, this range delivers just this but with a modern, playful twist – often in the form of contrasting layers, textures and panels – that will further appeal to the masses.
Notable pieces within the collection include the yellow knitted cardigan and the navy contrast panel blazer.
However, the stand out item has to be the duffle coat with contrasting quilted sleeves. Combining the current quilting trend with one of the key outerwear silhouettes for AW13, this piece will ensure you stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons come the harsh winter months.
Proving that a formal aesthetic can be just as vibrant as a casual one, David Naman aims to shake up the wardrobe of the modern city dweller.
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