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Arrow's A/W 2014 line revives Roaring 20s & Dandy 50s
Sep '14
The American fashion brand Arrow has revived the colourful eras of The Roaring Twenties and the Dandy Fifties through its newly unveiled Autumn-Winter 2014 collection.

Infused with a contemporary twist, the range is detailed with color blocking, clean lines, layered silhouettes, and geometric and minimalistic graphic patterns.

Fit to be worn for informal weekends, the label’s casualwear line Arrow Sport features dressy casuals Indigo shirts, dress Polo T-shirts and Brit-style chinos in shades of teal and khaki.

The formalwear entries include outfits for special occasions like weddings and winter festivals. Replete with UVTT finishing treatment that protects the wearer from harmful Ultraviolet rays, the line is based on a palette of classic black and blue alongside rich jewel tones of gold, ruby, sapphire and emerald. The pieces include jacquard and silk accented shirts, velvet blazers and suits.

For women, the new A/W 14 collection offers fashionable and feminine workwear such as wear-to-work-blouses in deep wine, ruby red, emerald and jade green hues and the magic Auto-flex pants that expand at the waist. The womenswear line’s more fashionable offerings are inspired by the swinging sixties. The highlights include ensembles with large color-block graphic prints, dots and ditsy hearts as well as gold sequined and mid-night floral adorned stylish evening wear.

The brand’s line for the young generation Arrow New York showcases a stylized wardrobe, ranging from pure formals to dressy evenings to cool casuals, incorporated with edgy cuts and bold colour themes like black, white and imperial blue.

Started in 1851, Arrow is largely credited for introducing detachable collars, adjustable waist bands in trousers, and wrinkle-free and stain-free concepts to clothing.

The company is part of one of the largest shirt makers in the world, PVH Corp, which owns brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Izod, Van Heusen and G. H. Bass. (PB)

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