Marshall Artist SS 13

Marshall Artist SS 13

This Spring, Marshall Artist’s inspiration comes fromJapanese workwear, topped off  with heavy 50’s influences. Opening with the warmer, sleeved pieces of the collection, Marshall Artist SS13 Lookbook takes us on the journey  through the transitional spring period to high summer, shedding layers and textures along the way.

The  styles within the  lookbook  show a seasonal change through the 2013 months, with the initial  layers  and textures gradually reducing, leaving you with the summer beach apparel for the holiday season. Started in 2001, Marshall Artist’s takes modern tailoring and adds a vintage twist to it and the white flannel farmers shirt and raw chambray quilted overshirt radiating a sense of traditional British spring style through their simple grey colouring and contrast material patches.

The collections boast well-designed elements across multiple categories,  and  Marshall Artist infuses colour in a way that is bold but not overpowering.  They’ve found ways to incorporate traditional ideas in less obvious ways, a prime example being camouflage. Within the midst of curating menswear garb that is as well-made as it is detailed, the label doesn’t deliberate with unnecessary additions to it’s pieces and each element plays both an aesthetic as well as functional role.

For Spring/Summer 2013, Marshall Artist linked up with London-based videographer Santiago Arbelaez for a well-graded and concise lookbook video that highlights a few of the pieces from the seasonal range. Capturing the essence of the collection’s mentality through a series of vintage film-styled scenes, the footage showcases a choice selection of outerwear, shirting as well as pant options.

Check out the SS/13 Lookbook video here >

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