LCM Review: Euphorik SS14
Despite his partner’s departure from the menswear label, Euphorik’s designer Alexander Leimbach has once again created a breath-taking collection for SS 2014, which lets us hope that he’s here to stay.
Knowing inside out what people love about Euphorik, Leimbach has again created a line of meticulous tailoring, well-fitting trousers and loose-fitting t-shirts, tank tops and a new version of the beloved hoodie. Colour-wise the collection is dominated by Black, White and Grey, Olive and subtle, natural colours. For the first time in the label’s history, Leimbach made use of prints and adorned some of his pieces with imagery of gothic architecture and religious symbols.
As is always the case with Euphorik, the unique attention to detail when it comes to tailoring, the garments’ construction and the use oft soft and super light fabrics make the collection so irresistible. What’s more is that this latest collection has a very distinct feel to it that pairs gothic elements with modernity, the “independent” scene with mainstream, through the use of the large prints depicting gothic and religious symbols paired with the slick construction of the garments.
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