Delikatessen 2014 Spring/Summer Lookbook

Amsterdam-based label Delikatessen has just unveiled their lookbook for Spring/Summer 2014,

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Amsterdam-based label Delikatessen has just unveiled their lookbook for Spring/Summer 2014, containing the various jackets, shirts and trousers for the upcoming season. Color and symmetry were the seminal foci of this present collection, evidenced by the prominence of color blocking, the neat tailored lines of jacket silhouettes, and bold use of red, olive and tangerine hues throughout the range. A spectrum of military and athletic influences are readily apparent throughout the lookbook, applied to casual cardigan bomber hybrids and multi-compartment M65 jackets. Enjoy the lookbook above, and look for the Spring/Summer 2014 collection from Delikatessen in the coming months.

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