BeSpoken Spring 2014

Desktop3The dapper gentlemen behind the ultra-hip, well-tailored men’s line, BeSpoken returned for another season at New York Fashion Week with a spring collection that spoke to the symbiosis between prepster charm and the dapper British gentleman. Designers Liam and Sam Fayed took inspiration from photographer Ray Petri’s Buffalo Boy 1980s influenced looks for a collection of dashing garments with hint of stylish, London-schoolboy charm. Some of these ensembles are perfect for a night out on the town.

The collection effortlessly combines the classic British-tailored cut the brand is known for with a cool urban New York vibe expressed in an assortment of laidback designs. Color-blocked patterns appeared across tailored blazers, baseball jackets and crisp oxford shirts with bomber silhouettes along with cutoff sweat shorts could be see throughout the assortment of sophisticated menswear.

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This spring 2014 collection consisted of a color palette of classic black and white, navy, light grey, and salmon distilled through an edgy, preppy aesthetic. The Fayed brothers recreated the British school uniform and channeled it into a unique, modern interpretation of today’s quintessential prepster gentleman.

If you and your friends are looking to go out and turn heads while reveling in a night of fun, the men of BeSpoken have got you covered with a line that is ideal for the well-traveled gentleman who is equally successful at work and play. Work and play has never been this much fun!!

—Dana E. Givens

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