Monochrome And Printed Pieces Added To Range
Swedish label Elvine has launched the second half of its AW14 collection, tackling high winter with a greater focus on outerwear and knitwear.
T-shirts, shirts, trousers and tailoring also feature in the drop, which uses a monochrome palette. In addition to plain pieces, an all-over paisley and camouflage print appears on pieces alongside the initial E on jumpers.
The brand claims its newly added Hammond coat is one of its warmest winter jackets to date, with 600g fake down padding.
A statement from the brand said: “Elvine produces clothes for everyday wear, whether for going to the job, an early winter morning, crawling from pub to pub with your friends or seeing someone for a date. And it is from these people we have found our inspiration: creating sophisticated clothes for unsophisticated behaviour.”
Elvine was recently selected as a third party brand for the new London flagship of Irish accessories business Stighlorgan.
The High Winter 2014 collection is available to buy online now as well as via UK stockists Terraces Menswear, Article, Surdome and Stighlorgan in Dalston, London. Prices range between £50 – £280.