Farah Vintage launch A/W 2014 in style
The retro-inspired menswear company exhibited their new range, showcasing some truly beautiful and exciting pieces that will make any man ooze in sophistication.
The range was inspired by the British rave subculture that started in the late 80s, encapsulating the tensions between the luxurious and casual, old and new, heritage and contemporary and how these elements integrate.
Farah Vintage is known for taking the best parts of British heritage then mashing them up with a haphazard blaze of other cultures. This is highlighted by their new collection Make it Rain, where all the pieces are made in England, and are created for our famous rainy weather. With beautifully tailored coats, equipped with rubber buttons (yes, rubber buttons! A super favourite of ours!), wonderful prints on shirts inspired by the rain, and thick jersey to keep the cold away on the chilly winters we get.
The rest of the A/W 2014 collection is just as stunning, with amazing rave prints on bomber jackets, wonderfully cut shirts and superb textured suits that not only look incredibly warm and cosy, but also wonderfully designed and made with the quality Farah is so famous for.
The evening was paired with incredible music from Isaac Ferry and Fin Munro, matched with the London brewed Camden beers and the stunning collection, all in our wonderful sun in their newly opened Earlham store.
The collection is real retro, an undeniable class is woven into every detail and stitch, and that is why Farah is taking the world by storm. Autumn and winter will be a very good looking season when this collection hits the shops.
Photos: Adam Bennett