Armani Exchange Fall 2014 collection showcases innovation in new fits, fabrics and washes while harmonizing clothing and accessories for maximum wearability and versatility. July, the introduction of calm neutrals, begins the transition into cooler months ahead. Bleached and green colored twill denim is paired with color-blocked knits for him, while destructed denim gives edge to sheer lace and burnout tops for her. Canvas and leather mixed-media totes adds a bit of utility to the pre-fall wardrobe.
August, a palette of blue hues is explored throughout clean and worn denim, patterned knits, and the new “perfect” fall accessories. For him, rinsed to worn selvedge denim and blue hued jacquard knits layer with lightweight outerwear and the perfect nylon backpack for an irreverent take on traditional styling. September, inspired by saturated autumn colors in shades of red and warm greys are featured in structured, garment dyed chinos and voluminous cocoon knits. Outerwear in wool, leather, and suede become essential layering pieces over coated denim and plaid shirts. This season’s exclusive ditsy floral and camo prints, highlighted throughout both apparel and accessories, add dimension to the collection.
October, the final delivery for fall, takes a dramatic shift to a distilled color palette of black and grey with a pops of bright lapis blue. Elevated mohair sweaters and cozy knits made of jaspé and marled Italian yarns offset black and grey denim for a clean and refined feel. A capsule of printed indigo denim, mesh knits, and our iconic leather moto jacket reinforce accessible fall trends.