Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi behind Preen Line present us very tomboyish inspired looks for this spring-summer 2014 season which is inspired by the brand's roots in Portobello. Here are shown updated tracksuits, patchworked Army-inspired pieces, printed and embroidered motorcycle jackets, silk chiffon tartan bombers in floral embroidery, fluid silk trousers, leather minis, oversized sweatshirts with faded peony prints and stretch cotton dresses. The upcoming warm months come with youthful, casual and utilitarian garments. That's an everyday line, which will make you look fresh and statement. As I have already mentioned the tomboyish looks, then you should know, that Preen Line has also quite feminine looks. I personally see here quite a lot of trends, including florals, oversize, drop waist silhouettes, asymmetry, plaids, menswear touches and sport luxe shapes. All in all, it's very modern take on the 1990's grunge style.