Men's shirts for autumn-winter 2014/15 are spread across a range of proposals as capable as ever to satisfy both casual and more formal expectations of the wardrobe, but the most widespread trend is that which sees the materials working as a team.
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It is often, in fact, the combinations of fabrics that make the shirt attractive and innovative, contributing to personalising the composition of the look. Jersey becomes the perfect ally of the canvas in the proposals by !Solid and Henrik Vibskov, velvet and checks are coupled together in the models by Freeman T. Porter, leather and suede inserts adorn the creations of Ausländer. A textile melting pot that takes sustenance from country suggestions and elements borrowed from the world of hunting, such as the numerous quilted inserts that alternate with corduroy in the new type of shirts presented by Tod's and Andrea Pompilio. In the yarn-dyed it is mostly checks that occupy the field, starting with the classic red tartan from Edwin and Alexandre Mattiussi, to reach the various flannel tartans or light cotton in the shirts with a casual stamp from Michalsky and Margaret Howell. Once again checkered patchwork wins out, explored in every possible pattern in the Nepal collection and in the experimental inserts by Desigual, which overlaps a gingham pattern with a camouflage effect mottled dye.