Louis Philippe unveils its SS'14 collection


Louis Philippe Unveils its
Spring-Summer-14 Collection

This Spring-Summer, discover the mystique of the orient with the new collection from Louis Philippe



Louis Philippe, the identity of the stylish and astute Indian gentleman presents their Spring-Summer-14 collection, which draws inspiration from the fields of the Orient and tales from South East Asia. This collection expresses the refined, unconstrained and richly detailed sense of elegance of culture and passion through a wide range of exclusive apparel, footwear and accessories for every occasion.

Louis Philippe thrives on excellence, elegance and opulence. It has constantly innovated and modeled itself to suiting and meeting the requirements of today’s fashion oriented crowd and this is what sets Louis Philippe apart as a premium, international men’s fashion and one of my favourite brands, which acquires most of my closet space.


Louis Philippe SS 2014
From the sleepless city of Bangkok to the exquisite textiles of Indonesia, the mainline collection draws inspiration from luxurious new fabrics such as Indigo, Ikat, Tie & Dye and Batik.

Exotic floral prints are brought to life through mandarin collars, jackets with loop fastenings, soft linens, indigo prints and coloured loafers. It represents a delicate yet pulsating line of soft linen shirts and shorts under formal as well as casual linen jackets that have been influenced by the quaint colonial houses and cafes in the heart of Vietnam.

The styles narrate an exotic tale of vibrant blues, surf whites and brilliant reds that takes the senses to the ocean side of Thailand, while being inspired by liberty prints that are gentle with small patterns set in softer hues.
The collection is completed with ethereal cotton linen scarves and fun tassel shoes, exquisite ties and charming accessories.

                                            
                          Shirt: Rs. 2299, Trousers: Rs. 2399, Blazer: Rs. 8499, Slippers: Rs. 3299





                                                                                    T-Shirt: Rs. 1299




         
                                   Shirt: Rs. 1999, Trousers: Rs. 2999, Blazer: Rs. 7999





                                                                  Shirt: Rs. 2699



LP by Louis Philippe
Louis Philippe Sport epitomizes “Tropic of Capricorn” through the personification of the preppy beach style and nautical looks, underlined by the racing aura that displays the brands irreverent 'spirit of motoring'.

The Great Barrier Reef: A beach inspired range that celebrates the down under beach-surf lifestyle; it exemplified the relaxed beach look that lends an effortless charm to a new prep attitude. The iconic sports essentials are infused with the mark of vibrancy and optimism with easy silhouettes, bold patterns and pops of bright pastels.

Gold Coast: From sea to sand and deck to harbor, Gold Coast portrays the spirit of nautical journey. From tonal sailcloth-inspired patchwork to the brand’s signature red, white, and blue, the collection brings a youthful sense of adventure to the classics.

Queensland Raceway: Inspired by the racetracks of Australia, Queensland Raceway consists of a range of sport shirts, polo shirts, sport chinos and accessories. The colour palette is dominated by navy and clinical green against a classic hunter green and white base, interlacing into a tight range of shirts, polo shirts, outerwear and trousers.


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                                                        Shirt: Rs. 1999




                                   Shirt: Rs. 1999, Trousers: Rs. 2999, Blazer: Rs. 7999


The SS collection is available in stores across the country, starting from a price range of 1100 rupees and escalating to approximately 50, 000 rupees.


Suman

Dreamer, Blogger, Writer, Foodie, Movie buff, Public Relations. Contributor for The New Indian Express and recently started a news publishing website 'Unkrate'.

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