Time to crank the volume on your record player, as beloved Parisian label Maison Kitsuné drops its threads for Fall/Winter 2014.

Inspired by ’60s London rock culture and shot by director and photographer Henrik Purienne, London Beats is a retro-vibing, androgynous lookbook that simply oozes British cool.

Round-collared button ups, flip skirts and vintage-style cardigans are fittingly modelled by leader of Brit band CITIZENS! Tom Burke, and the über-talented Kilo Kish, who FYI can seriously rock plaid.

Silhouettes are structured, fabrics are playful, colours are muted with pops of emerald and red, and graphic retro prints feature heavily throughout.

Brb guys, we’re off to post love letters to Mick Jagger and nab us some Kitsuné.

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