Every fashion week just seems to get more interesting for Sir Paul Smith, this fall winter glances back to an early catwalk show he held in Paris’s Andrée Putman gallery which saw an innovative use of colorful tailoring set against an austere concrete backdrop. Now presenting a confident and contemporary reinterpretation; tonal suits have an updated feel with exaggerated shoulders and high waists but are consistently wearable.
Reminiscent of a ‘70s silhouette, familiar shapes are reenergised; wide shoulders, peak lapels and high breaks in suit jackets are matched by cinched waists on trousers and either slight flares or cropped legs. In all instances tailoring is functional with a distinctive silhouette to complement.
Full-length sheepskin coats bring the warmth that a cosmopolitan customer requires but remaining respectful of the principles that have kept Paul Smith stable for forty years. Occasionally the sheepskin is used as a detail on shoes and bags to update everyday utilitarian styles. Elsewhere loafers, straight shoes and desert boots have added modernity with exaggerated soles and clean lines.
Definitely a warm and Luxurious interpretation of Fall Winter from #HausOfPaulSmith – don’t you think?
This years Milan Fashion week for men seem’s to be taking things a notch up!
While most people have their hearts set on these collections with a whole lot of envy, I for one couldn’t help but fall in love with what Mr Armani has in store for all the men this fall.
Her’s a sneak peek into highlights of some key looks you might have missed from the Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani menswear presentation from Fall Winter 2015.
Those of you who couldn’t make it to Milan for Men’s fashion week..well I thought how about bring the latest from fashion week to you?
As part of their Fall-Winter 2015 presentation, Bottega Veneta displays a men’s collection inspired by the creative life. Put together in unexpected and at times nonchalant combinations.Primarily revealing the beauty of individualistic dressing.
The runway was clearly dominated by a palette of dark shades, including dark sergeant, kelly green, dark and atlantic blue, various hues of dark grey and russet red.
The use of materials observed here are luxurious and wide-ranging, reflecting the collection’s essential eclecticism.
Blown away by Bottega as always! What about you?