What are you wearing during the coming fashionweeks? Your Louboutin-heels, your latest Dries van Noten-jacket or that vintage Prada? Maybe we’ll spot you in Paris, Milan, New York or Amsterdam. During the fashionweeks we refresh our streetwear posts regularly. We don’t judge, we’re not the fashion-police, we just enjoy fashion and your own personal style. Next stop: Milan Fashion Week.
What are you wearing during the coming fashionweeks? Your Givenchy-slippers, your latest Comme des Garcons-bermuda or that vintage Prada? Maybe we’ll spot you in Paris, Milan, New York or Amsterdam. During the fashionweeks we refresh our streetwear posts regularly. We don’t judge, we’re not the fashion-police, we just enjoy fashion and your own personal style. Next stop: menswear fashionweek in Milan.
The Bottega Veneta show was a parade of sexy, well-dressed men from the beginning till the end. Apart from making beautiful garments Tomas Maier had fun with it too. There were all sorts of playful details on the clothes he designed.
One detail that kept coming back was a thin loose-hanging collar/piece of fabric. It had absolutely no function, it was just a funny accent.
Other playful details Maier added were lots of zippers, drawstrings, pockets and rolled up sleeves and legs. Those gave the outfits a more technical and sporty look, while the double breasted suit jackets with the pointy collars appeared more formal.
Maier chose to use a few colors (blue, red, green), but managed to keep the looks very manly. The leather bags, that bring in an important part of the fashion house’s sales, matched with the hues of the clothes.
Altogether the suits, the belted trousers, the leather shorts, the parkas and the torso-revealing tops made a steady menswear collection from which any modern man would love to have one or two items…
..together with the bearded models and their hot bodies it all resulted in a wonderful fashion show.
Contemporary fashion. Miucca Prada always finds a way to mix the classics with something quirky and modern. I mean, wearing chandelier-like dresses over a white shirt and shorts. Yet the result is glamorous and fresh. That’s all we need on a beautiful day.
Time for some bare legs, beautiful shoes and an African touch. Dries van Noten mixed French elegance with tribal influences. Great for spring!
Earthy colors and stripes – just what you needed to add some eastern influences to your wardrobe. Here backstage at Roland Mouret.
Something white and something beige make a great mix. Especially in the cowboy-inspired collection of D&G, with skirts in broderie anglaise and tops in buttersoft suede.
Time to get your BIG sunglasses out. Like these from Giambattista Valli, made of wood and metallic-colored plastic. So glamorous.
A bold color and a nice jacket or big shirt are all you need to spice up your spring-wardrobe. Here at Isabel Marant.
Who’s afraid of yellow, purple and red? We’re definitely not. And so are the people we spotted in the streets of Milan and Paris. Color adds flavor to your outfit and it sure makes the sun shine on a rainy day. Red is favorite, but also the soft shades Dries van Noten introduced in his 2009 fall-collection.