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Each Blue Industry design is supported by a down-to-earth sense of design: stubborn, but not frivolous, good basics, but certainly not boring. Blue Industry positions itself between casual and formal wear. Blue Industry is not trend-setting, nevertheless always recognizable by its own handwriting.

Relaxed elegance and a color palette of earth tones, pale sky blue and sun-bleached vacation colors permeate the mood of the spring/summer '21 collection.

Lightweight summer fabrics, including Lounge Jersey, organic cotton and 100% linen gracefully offer freedom of movement, which give comfort wear a new dimension in a new era.

The image of tight-fitting suits no longer exists, pants are looser and drawstring waists prevail as wearers put comfort first. Of course, that doesn't mean you can't look groomed.

A few cheerful floral prints are applied to shirts, polos and shorts, bringing positivity everywhere.

The latest Blue Industry collection ,in its range of colors, textures and fabrics, is inspired by a changing society, where the way and location of work has changed.

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WINTER 2020 COLLECTION

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Dessing well is a form of good manners. You can fit an outfit, but does it really suits you?

For 10 years Blue Industry has distinguished itself with its own signature, sophisticated designs and a perfect fit.

 

At a time when sportswear dominates the fashion landscape, Blue Industry combines tailoring with the sportswear attitude. Jackets and shirts are at the heart of the Blue Industry world and we’re very proud of that.

Beyond the perfect tailoring, our passions is expressed through the collection’s prints. The new spring/summer '20 graphics have been created using graphic designs from our large archive, taken by 12 years of designing.

When color is used it’s usually to pick out bright yellow and orange, which is the key detail for the season and defines the spring summer collection.

The print is Blue Industry’s take on a classic Hawaiian shirt design, which we have fashioned from a vibrant mixture of hand-drawn florals.

The floral print is used on either a yellow, red or blue base to give a new twist on summer shirts, while colors from the print have been used as solo graphics on knitwear.

 

In short: a color palette that’s balanced and easy to combine.

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