As we are dealing with the seasonal shift to the rainy days in Manila (boohoo), who here longs for summer not to end yet? Are we actually prepared to say goodbye to weekend trips, nature-trekking, or getting our dose of #VitaminSea with friends and family?
Although we may need to cut our fun quicker than we want to, last weekend’s Milan male’s fashion week made us daydream of what to wear for our next summertime vacation. Continue reading listed below to see how a few of the famous fashion houses, similar to one of the most people, draw inspiration from traveling for their current collections.
Young breed designer Christian Pellizari takes us to both Venice, Italy and Venice Beach, California. The collection is mainly composed of textured metal brocade and silk jacquard in enjoyable hibiscus and palm tree theme. Periodic women’s wear were likewise consisted of in the line-up which featured large blouses and night skirts gracing the runway.
The Ferragamo team sans Massimiliano Giornetti (who just recently left the company) put together a collection synonymous to a fashionable yet sophisticated jetsetter. Equipping is a part of the entire look with functional body bags, peculiar lapel pins, and printed foulards adding passion to the travelers clothing.
Donatella Versace desires clothes that are made for the active man who enjoys the outdoors sporty and cool with a techno ambiance. Muted tones of dark blue, indigo, deep green, black, and browns dominated the collection. Parkas are floor length, flowy and light-weight while cycling shorts and leggings emphasize the athletic feel. Rock sandals and tennis shoes are worn with silk socks. Tailoring is ensured to fit the active way of life of the Versace guy. Bags are infused with crocheted detailing and carry the iconic Medusa logo buckle. The show, a tribute to Prince, has finale pieces influenced by the late vocalist.
Keep in mind Miuccia Prada s story of vagabond elegant girls for her women s winter collection last February? The story is retold but this time, it’s the male’s turn to play as protagonists. The whole collection represents a solitary wanderer in the forest, a lost soul cloaked in weatherproof coats of differing lengths and prints while being totally geared up in top outdoor camping gear and backpack devices. The sock-hiking sandal trend is given more spotlight as models walked in cut-and-sew trousers coupled with utilitarian tops, sweat bands, and fisherman hats.
The Gucci man is an eccentrically lively and meaningful tourist. Alessandro Michele s most current collection used a great deal of sailor references like headign. Floral and dragon concepts were sprinkled on matches, silk robes, and university coats with a lower touch of androgyny for this weather that include shorts and pants with boxer and baseball airs, and groovy bleached jeans.
scarf decorations and vinyl fisherman s hats in dynamic colors. Donald Duck, a personal favorite of the designer, and who likewise often dresses up as a sailor, is embroidered in a few of the vests and loafers. Sure, the geeks go to trips too, but they do it in des
Larusmiani takes us to warm Palm Springs California and indulges us in its mid-century modern architecture and pastel colors amid the surrounding desert. The collection presents a mix in between casual and official ensemble, all characterized with an elegant leisure attitude.