Marshall Artist Unveils their Modern Tailoring

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Marshall Artist, one of the UK’s best loved emerging menswear brands,
(spotted on the likes of *David Beckham*, *Kendrick Lamar* and the *Gallagher
brothers*, to name a few) has revealed an exciting new product line-up for
AW18. The new collection which comprises hoodies, jackets, shirts,
T-shirts, sweatshirts, denim, track pants, shorts and polo shirts has been
extended to include accessories for the first time.

Collection themes include plain muted colours with *Burnt Orange* a major
feature alongside checks, bold contrast stripes, maritime-inspired stripes
and unexpected branding. Hero products include the *Altitude Parka*
available in Burnt Orange, Stone or Navy colourways. It features upper arm
branding, easy-reach waist, chest exterior pockets, windproof front flaps
and neck protector and a hood with fur trim. Then there’s the *Ripstop Half
Zip *top in White, Red or Navy with prominent vertical Marshall Artist
branding down the front, adjustable contrast cuff straps, hood with
drawstring and pouch pocket.

The distinctive *Garment Dyed Field Jacket* in Orange, Asphalt and Teal,
gives the trusty field jacket a welcome re-vamp with drawstring waist,
chest pouch pockets, additional zipped chest pockets, subtle upper arm
branding, hood with drawstring and cuff adjusters.

The new denim range includes more attention to fine design detail with the
Marshall Artist ‘siren’ badge added to the back belt loop. Take your pick
from slim or regular tapered styles in a Dark Vintage or Rinse wash, or in
a Black Garment Dye colourway. As for the accessories, check out the *MA X
Highland 2000*, a micro siren branded British wool beanie available in six
different colours with distinctive ridged knit, which has been created in
conjunction with the wool experts at Highland 2000 and is made in Britain.

Marshall Artist is available nationwide from stockists including Scotts,
leading independents as well as online at www.marshallartist.co.uk.