Lanvin Spring-Summer 2016 collection
It was "Le Plus Beau des Voyages": the soundtrack for the runway show mimicked the journey in which the models declared their individuality, to stand out from the rest. The Lanvin man is contemporary and aesthete yet does not follow fashion in order to follow the crowd.
For Summer 2016, Ossendrijver imagined a personal dressing room, one without confinements in order to display aspects of a wardrobe where a man would keep his prized items. All that matters is desire.
In the same vein as the first look, black trousers are worn with an oversized grey polo shirt, reflecting the comfort, we find in treasuring an old garment containing memories.
A utilitarian parka looks as if it has lived a thousand lives: patches and pockets are arranged asymetrically on the fabric, with a python print on the lining and hood.
A retro romanticism emerges from a very baggy aubergine suit or a long red coat.
Trousers takes turn to be XXL with fabric belts, or more tapered and form-fitting. On classic jackets, pockets are closed with press studs. This laid back look is all about accuracy, but also audacity.
The Lanvin house dares to push the boundaries of its tailoring.
Added on: 18 August 2015|12:40:39
Category: THE MEN'S SUIT, Men's Suit Collections
Tags: Lanvin, menswear, spring, summer, 2016, trousers, polo, jacket, tailoring, collection, print, suit, coat, stud, models
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