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top 5 margaret howell autumn/winter 14 details

Margaret Howell menswear is an i-D favourite with its pure aesthetic and know thyself attitude. We look at the top 5 details of her autumn/winter 14 collection.

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Text Bojana Kozarevic
Photography Mitchell Sams

  • the lazy dandy suit

    Nothin' like being a lazy gentleman who rolls out of bed, throws a suit on and is ready to face the world with understated panache. Throw on a hat, wear last night's t-shirt and stroll through the streets without a care in the world in a soft suit. 

    margaret howell autumn/winter 14

  • the v-necked cardigan bomber

    Mixing casual with luxury, Margaret Howell's v-neck cradignas are the epitome of the 'smasual' look with a silk neck tie. 

    James Long spring/summer 14

  • dad's suit

    A personal favourite - an ever so slightly too big suit for the shoulders. Nothing cooler, nothing simpler and nothing so effective. Never to be worn with anything too considered, so let it all out without a care in the world. 

    margaret howell autumn/winter 14

  • the slouchy suit

    A staple in the Margaret Howell archive, the slightly rounded suit is one that filters through any street where hipsters roam. The rounded shape is one of the suit silhouttes to come back this season. 

    margaret howell autumn/winter 14

  • all man, no collar

    Finally, like the rest of its brothers in the collection, the collarless shirt is a puritanical aesthetic that still exudes flavour. Wear with anything, or nothing. 

    margaret howell autumn/winter 14