See the pieces you will be coveting next season with a preview of the new in Reiss autumn/winter 2014 collection
Summer may not be over yet, but we are already looking forward to the new season, and Reiss have come up trumps again, with their new autumn/winter collection. While you will find all of your favourite Reiss staples, from slick tailoring to classic knitwear and sky scraper courts, there is also an injection of this season’s must-have trends.
The dark drama of winter takes centre stage, as pretty lace and pastels move over for fairytale sequins and embellished dresses that are sure to become staples for the party season. Get excited about everything the autumn brings as new shapes and textures and a whole world of new wardrobe possibilities become available. Start your new season wardrobe with our top five trend-led pieces from the new Reiss collection…
This Beanie Black Quilted Jumper, £79, taps into the 60s trend in a very modern way. Retro texture and oversized pockets are off set by modern fabric and tailoring for a fresh take on a vintage style. The perfect piece to update your off duty staples for autumn.
Something of a boomerang trend, military keeps coming back season after season. This Caitlin Luxe Blue Cropped Trench, £245, has all the hallmarks of a great military piece, with sharp tailoring and directional details.
Understated and simple, but so beautiful, this season well-cut tailoring is a must in the office. Invest in Reiss’ Philidelphia Black shirt style jumpsuit, £225, to see you through from desk to bar in one quick step.
Head to toe embellishment is a must next season. Make sure your accessories follow suit with the Minty Silver Embellished Foldover Bag, £95 – an essential add on to day basics as well as eveningwear.
Add some texture to your new season wardrobe to give a nod to this hot trend. This Reiss Orlanda Gret Marl Textural Stripe Jumper, £75, is the easiest way to work the look into your off duty wardrobe.
And as if that wasn’t enough, we’ve even got this behind-the-scenes snapshot of the new Reiss collection for you to view over and over again: