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Celio showcases intense & classic tones of men’s apparels

February 24, 2014 (India)

Beat the heat with the uber cool effortless style by the European brand - Celio. The season looks set to be marked by strong directions in terms of colour and product. An ode to travel, the Celio Spring Summer 2014 collection showcases the brand’s colour expertise, prints and dip dye effects.
 
This complete wardrobe takes a fresh approach, reinterpreting the essentials for men in lively colour tones. Blue is expressed in every hue, while indigo remains the shade of the season.
 
Deep, intense, washed or more classic, it is worn on its own or mixed with coloured stripes. From the must-have cotton duffle coat to the revisited sailor tops, a sea breeze is blowing through the collection.
 
Changing direction, Celio is taking its inspiration from Miami. More graphic, tropical prints, dip dye effects and photo print are given pride of place. Shirts, polo shirts and sweatshirts with more daring motifs brighten up more timeless looks.
 
Bermuda shorts are the key piece, whether floral, drenched in colour or plain; they are worn in the city with a light knit or at the beach with a T-shirt. Pullovers are adopting cotton or finer linen knit sometimes set off with bright stripes.
 
For the Club section, this colour explosion highlights an urban wardrobe with a smart casual contemporary vibe.
 
Celio is giving its classics a twist: coloured trousers become an obvious choice, bringing a touch of character with their myriad variations, and are worn with trainers or derbies without socks. Jackets and suits are available in different summer fabrics in which linen opts for a washed marl finish.
 
A weekend bag and rucksacks complete the looks with an added dash of soul and style. 
 

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