Breaking stereotypes and re-defining the human silhouette. Even if the collection was shown during MEN Fashion in Paris, the designs collectively support a turning point on outwear, a line that can have less boundaries between the genders and more cohesive elements that unify the impeccable tailoring and selective fabric choices.
Flowers and shinning materials.
Quilting elements. Color palette Black, Green and awesome.
Assertive, self-driven and innovative is the fashion concept presented by designer Jean Phillip. In a long forest green robe and multi- color pants the model walked the runway with a strong look, a fierce determination and a sequence of looks followed.
Another set with the same prints in a black canvas as background. Slacks and pants on black fabric served as complement to the blue and grey print that made the collection cohesive.
Shorts and sleeveless shirts added the summer look for the season.
A vibrant color set the mood for the occasion. The tones were a combination between subtle monochromatic and a serene blue tone permeated the collection.
The choice of long open robe was very interesting, it remind us or a rōnin 浪人 a wandering man or a a samurai who had no master.
More subtle and neutral tones.
A monochromatic twist was next.
Signature style, minimalist, edgy and slim cut.
For more on Jean Phillip, visit www.jeanphillip.dk All images courtesy of Copenhagen Fashion Week
Patchy Cake Eater means a “ladies’ man with patches”.
The brand pursues universal designs with a hint of tailored refinement and subtle elegance.
The creativity is reinforced with the use of premium quality materials, put together with tailoring techniques or advanced craftsmanship that Japan is known for.
Design inspirations are drawn from classical elements and vintage design details, which are then added with a fun twist and rebuilt with a contemporary sense of balance to achieve premium quality suitable for today’s adults in any occasions.
This Autum Winter Collection was full of urban looks in a variety of colors. Designer Shigeki Morino 森野 重紀 did not shy away from colors and patterns.
His collection far from an after thought to Summer, it became a showcase to the season of the coldest months. An opposite of the frequent monochromatic palette, Morino uses color and weaves away our darkest days in a choice of poncho like capes much in tune with the trend for the season.
Trend: Tribal, Poncho, Knit
A Casual look
From Leather Jacket ans slacks to a Varsity Jacket top.
For the perfect Dandy, a choice of camel, grey and black are the colors for the season. The three piece suit in grey makes a statement on its own.
Stripes are in. The front 6 button jacket is a must for those who dare to wear the best in menswear. The cut is stylized silhouetting and taper slacks.
A long coat in black wool will keep you warm in those winter nights in the city.
The collection was more than a Catchy name, it was a complete 3 piece course of menswear selection. A trend ready, RTW and Casual mensware without forgetting about the holy grail of the collection, “The Dandy Look”