Marshall Artist Spring/Summer 2014
Marshall Artist, the Anglo-Australian streetwear brand favoured by David Beckham, has revealed its SS14 collection. Dubbed ‘Saturday Boys’, the new range fuses classic British styling with technically advanced fabrics.
Founded in 2001, Marshall Artist’s designs have been spotted on several key fashion figures in the past. As a result, the once underground label has quickly risen to become one of the UK’s staple menswear brands.
Under the direction of former Art Director and Polo Ralph Lauren employee Neil Maloney, the SS14 offering is made up of a variety of modern fabrics in a variety of traditional designs.
Outerwear has been given a softer feel with a lightweight cotton/polyamide mix, while dura-wax nylon boosts of vibrancy of colours throughout the collection.
Innovation is found within the micro-technical shell fabric. This allows up to 5,000mm of water resistance but features a breathable membrane in order to produce lightweight clothing.
A mature colour palette has been applied, with navy, stone and burnt orange visible throughout the designs. Chambray and premium cotton appear alongside fleece and knitwear to produce a collection that’s in tune with the British summer.
Saturday Boys also features Marshall Artist’s collaboration with outerwear brand K-way. The two names teamed up to create a reversible pac-a-mac with a slim design. The collaboration makes use of the original fabric K-way used to produce its jackets in the 1980s.
The coats are available in two colours: olive camo and Marshall Artist’s iconic m-90 camo.
The complete Saturday Boys SS14 collection will be available to buy through Marshall Artist’s online webstore in the coming months.