apper outfits on the catwalk for the last day of PFW! I was overall very impressed by the finale, just like a bombshell full of colors and flowers, Paul Smith showed us how cool the London look is.
Featuring the classic two button-suits in different -bright- colors and fits, Paul Smith never let us down when it comes to tailoring and delivering on that depertament. Polka Dots, Floral shirts -and pants- made it to the runway, giving it an incredible charming twist. Somehow, I see the shirt with the red roses to be a must have for next spring!
Dark, cool and very versatile on the french front from Lanvin, another great collection from the parisian maison that certainly managed to give us chills and leave us in awe; but in all honesty we couldn’t expect any less from them.
From white trench coats to tailored-like t-shirts and shorts, and lots of wide trousers with a high waist. Lanvin is the pure definition of chic.
Hermes and Dior Homme both delivered to give us a very mellow collection full of style and elegance. Hermes in particular, played well on the use of colors and fine prints.
Laid back yet manly, Hermes showed us through the clothes the desire and constant research on outstanding craftmanship and details. The sweater with the small triangles forming a pattern is one of the best I’ve seen so far. Classic and elegant… couldn’t ask for more really.
Dior Homme was all about the color Navy this season, from navy trench coats to navy parks and trousers. Different shades of Navy, dark, light cobaltish-navy. Another elegant collection made especially for men that want to be men.
The attention to details -Silver buttons, beige collar details etc – is, of course at its maximum, with a flawless collection putting the french a step ahead of the game.
The other remarkable designers that partecipated on the last two days of PFW are: Kenzo, Daks, Acne, Rynshu, Thom Browne.
So now the question is, which Fashion Week did you enjoy the most? And the overall Designer of S/S 2013?