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Viyella's AW09 collection - fusion of most luxurious fabrics
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Oct '09
Viyella's AW09 collection draws on its illustrious history and rich heritage to create the definitive autumn/winter wardrobe. A fusion of the most luxurious fabrics, versatile designs, this collection offers everything from essential country house chic to modern catwalk inspired looks, giving you all you would expect from one of England's longest-established clothing manufacturers.

Menswear is textured and rustic taking inspiration from the wardrobe of a classic country gent. Leather and suede patches and trims add a masculine touch to sturdy wax jackets and blazers in moss green and blue. Heritage tweeds in leafy and earthy tones are essential to the look.

Viyella's use of its vast fabric archive is evident throughout the casual shirt range. Authentic Scottish plaids, tartans and well-bred checks are worked into the famous comfort cotton cloth, re establishing the much-loved Viyella check shirt as a wardrobe essential for today's modern man.

Preppy argyle knits, moleskin blazers and brightly coloured jumbo cords in the style of Gossip Girls 'Chuck Bass', lift the collection, giving the range a fresh more contemporary appeal.

The heritage stag logo in contrast colours on cable knits, shirts and the finest cashmere jumper's reinforce and evolve Viyella's strong brand identity.

Formed in 1784, Viyella is one of this country's longest-established clothing manufacturers.

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