With a mood board made out of an iconic black leather motorcycle jacket, a classic military style overcoat and the original Belstaff Trialmaster jacket amongst other defining elements comprised out of the brand’s 3,000-piece garment archive dating back to the 1930s, you can easily sense the direction creative director Martin Cooper was heading towards with all the motor racing references.
Balancing out heritage with fine motor sports influences, Belstaff’s spring / summer 2014 menswear collection was imagined as to reflect another turning point for the power house. Bright orange hues highlighting a nylon four-pocket anorak stood for novelty, while a hand-painted camouflage print referencing British military was unexpectedly served on a stand-out adjustable biker jacket.
Signature waxed cotton jackets, ridged sweaters and khaki shirts, helped further reinforce Belstaff’s heritage as a “motor-inspired luxury sportswear brand”, connecting the dots between past and future with striking attitude and flawless style.
You can see all of the Belstaff spring / summer 2014 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.