Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Cutter & Buck’s Spring ’13 Men’s Collection Introduces Lifestyle Products to Traditional Golf Apparel
(SEATTLE) — With the introduction of its Spring 2013 Men’s CB Collection Cutter & Buck is genuinely embracing the “Genuine Spirit of the Pacific Northwest” brand refresh it introduced a year ago. Inspired by the incredibly diverse environment and climate of the company’s provenance, the Collection is filled with items that seamlessly transition from on-course to off-course.
Highlights in the Spring 2013 Collection include:
* A solid group of performance styles accented with fresh prints, trend right ombre stripes, a mix of pattern with solid blocking, and subtle piping color pops.
* New styling details that incorporate self collars, chest pockets, body piecing, set on plackets, and sleeve cuffs, modern touches that update the traditional golf polo.
* A new performance polo featuring lightweight stretch woven with fresh self-collar and an ongoing focus on technical fabrics for functionality, some with underarm mesh inserts for ventilation performance.
The four Spring ’13 deliveries are a mix of inspiration -- from a retro-sport feel to clean modern edge – all with subtle details, bright summer colors and an active performance edge.
Inspired by Long Beach, Wash., a coastal town close to the Oregon border where colorful kites dance and spiral high in the summer sky, the line features traditional patterns, color blocks and argyle prints in a color story grounded in navy blue and white. Sun bleached hues of Ocean Breeze, Beach Grass and Kite are accented with Vibrant Pink Kite to lend a pop of contrast.
Inspired by Seattle’s functional and historic bridges, Complex is a delivery with clean lines and subtle details with an active edge. The line’s colors – all grounded in black and white – include Patina (soft pale green), contrasted with a rich Cobalt blue and a strong neutral, Reflect to round out the palette.
Think sun-drenched colors and retro-sport details when looking at the Lakeshore line. Clean piped styles, multi-colored stripes and prints are deftly accented by broad strokes of a watercolor painting, chain stitching, and clean jacquards. The line’s unique colors are Heliotrope (pastel purple with a hint of pink), Sun (pale yellow) and Seaport (a sun-washed splash of blue).
Sunset at any Puget Sound marina when crispness has returned to the air and the sails are rustling is the inspiration for Shilshole Bay, a retro-inspired delivery with a modern twist, including pieced, engineered stripes with contrast cuffs, pockets, small scaled stripes, solid set-on plackets and self-fabric collars. Embossing is a new feature on the argyle pattern, tasty jacquards, and a rich button-front cardigan. The line’s colors, grounded in black and white,relect the colors of the marina’s water, Shilshole Blue (mid-blue touched with purple), Starfish (rich coral) and Dusk (deep gray).
For additional information, contact Cutter & Buck at (800) 713-7810 or visit the website at www.cutterbuck.com.