A. Sauvage: Spring/Summer ’14

A. Sauvage continue to blur cultural boundaries, and for their latest collection the designer (Adrien Sauvage) tells the story of his Great-Grandfather’s journey from western Nigeria to Scotland.

Among the usual delivery of peak lapel blazers and casual sweatshirts lies an interesting creation… The brand’s first tartan. Using signets of Sauvage’s kente affiliation to add a new lease of life to the traditional Scottish print, these flickers of colour tell a metaphoric tale of duality and transformation.

An expansion into the accessories can also be seen with the addition of bags, eyewear and leather goods – helping to create ensembles that have the ability to thrive under an ever more scrutinising menswear market.


Anthony Elliott

Anthony is a fashion writer, with a unique eye for style.