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Consuelo Castiglioni summoned a collection of exotic fabrics, combinations, and layering, inspiring an intriguing mix of such things as woolen pants beneath nylon shorts, basic suits with alpaca overcoats, long bomber jackets, sweatpants with matching knit jumpers, all halfway between classic and playful. And upon that, Marni’s men’s fall/winter 2014-2015 line was conceived.
With furs being a constant accent throughout the collection, black goat fur coats were seen paired with olive green beaver vests, trousers and shorts were made of goat fur, and any jacket or shirt could be paired alongside the detachable mink collars in a variety of colors to better replace the basic scarf.
The certain mischievousness of medleys Marni brings to menswear allowed pieces to be combined and paired with absolutely no rules. Looks go from office to outing, and back with a simple rearrangement of a garment or two.
The color palette used in the collection was lower in volume, from charcoal grays to camel, and from blue to black to army green. Fabrics came in wool, knit, twisted flannel, technical polyester, and nylon. And lastly, the accessories completed the collection with caps, scarves, postman bags, and sheepskin totes.