Fashion presents Men 2012/2013 Fall-Winter Collections
Gone are the restricted silhouettes and body hugging suits that stifle movement. Next seasons looks are all about being at ease in ones clothes. First stop Bill Gaytten and the house of Galliano. The designer reveals his source of inspiration.
Toughness was also in demand at Dior Homme. As designer Kris van Assche looked at man’s ability to take on challenges all the while being dressed for success.
Kris van Assche also heads his own collection. The desinger looks at society and masculinity and he does so with a bit humor.
After the army and the marines now comes ... the Royal Navy. Paul Smith says goodbye to small flowers and rock n roll... and hello to darkness.
Men’s top tier luxury market is booming... and at Hermes, Veronique Nichanian also turned towards a dark chromatic palette.
Move over Berluti shoes and make room for the Berluti suit... Bernard Arnault has named his son Antoine as head of the new venture at LVMH. Alessandro Sartori, formerly of ermenegildo Zegna, is artistic director.
Louis Vuitton presented it’s collection at Parc Andre Citroen. Putting the spotlight on men’s growing fashion desires.
Under the guidance of Marc Jacobs, artistic director Kim Jones mixed Japonese stamps with images of Antonio Lopez. Creating lively contours.
Directed by Romain Kremer and Nicola Formichetti, the collection from Mugler played with appearances.
Once again Jean Paul Gaultier showed his collection from his home. An elaborate decor was the backdrop as he designer offered a street dandy, far from his plush surroundings. But after all, it’s ones demeanor that counts.
Following the departure of Antonio Marras, Kenzo Homme is now run by Opening Ceremony duo Carole Lim and Humberto Leon.
To finish, we look at Rick Owens latest collection. One of the season’s best... full and chic clothes bring to mind Fred Astaire from the 1930’s.
Men no longer fear having to shop for new styles...with a fresh sense of empowerment being fashion forward is the latest trend.