Vince Camuto's mens line is only in it's first season (see Vince Camuto Debuts Menswear for Fall 2013), but if the 6 year old brand's track record is any indication, it will grow exponentially and will have a stand-alone store of it's own in a year or two. Remember, you heard it here first.
Clean and polished; those are the only two words you need to describe the Spring/Summer 2014 collection. V-neck tees slacks, suits and accessories stuck to a simple color palette of gray, khaki, mint and navy. A standout piece was the navy seersucker blazer that reversed into a jacket. Navy is not a traditional color on seersucker and the reversible trait makes it a functional item for seasonal transitions.
Denim was kept simple and classic with no fancy washes or finishes. It did come in a few colors, however, with a mustard yellow jacket and mint jeans available. Jackets made of leather and suede, although designed with all over perforation, still managed to maintain a classy aesthetic. Rounding it all out was a complimentary range of accessories.
The collection begins hitting stores in January.
See images from the Vince Camuto men's showroom after the jump.