Check out Acne Men’s Spring Summer 2014 lookbook. The new collection is inspired by music, street culture and it also pays homage to the Swedish artist Hilma af Klint. Unlike the cut and design of the previous season, this time Acne ventures to a more grungy and artistic ‘factory’ look.

1950s shaped coats in summer tweed, ‘70s style blazers and gold and silver covered linen suiting that gives the evening a real feeling. Coloured jumpers in cashmere reference ‘90s grunge. Leather jackets come in ‘60s styling, one fabricated in suede with asymmetrical zippers and a t-shirt style collar, along with
a beatnik shirt version in pearlized white.

Many of the pieces here are meant to showcase an elongated and elevated silhouette––slim high waisted jackets and short pants, as well as a high waisted evasé trouser. Having said that, almost all of the clothes from this collection will take your wardrobe to a whole new level with its unique design, vibrant color palette and of course the flattering silhouette.

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