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Gardeur launches G Design womenswear A/W line
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Dec '13
“Autumn/Winter 2014/15 will rock! G DESIGN Womenswear presents patched, badged, checked and coated styles. The biker form has firmly established itself in the collection and this season it now sometimes combines patent leather with leather and lace.” Marc-Alexander Kofler, Brand Director G DESIGN.

The Silhouettes: Ankle-length skinnies and cool biker looks contrast with casual jogging styles. The Colours: Black and red set the tone in Autumn/Winter 2014/15.

“Check It!” − This stands for checks in all variations: whether black watch or Glen check – sometimes in small formats as stitched patches and sometimes as entire trouser fronts. Leather and suede looks plus coarse zipper and rivet details round off the Brit chic look.

“Ride It!” − This plays on the motorbike theme: key items here are biker trousers with numerous patch combinations in patent leather, leather, embroidery and prints. Narrow skinnies are also patched with lace, smooth or grainy leather. Badges also play a role – for instance, on red oily leather in a used look.

“Jeans It!” − G DESIGN interprets denim once again in a fantastic variety. Here we see decorative elements – like playful zippered trouser seams or braiding and rhinestone  ribbons – featured alongside patches in checks, leather and lace.

Elaborately scraped, tinted or coated finishes give the jeans their individual charm. Discovered in New York and now enjoying a revival: black denim reminiscent of the 80s. Highlights here include jeans with a camouflage coating or glamorous snakeskin patches.

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