Now that we have settled in Paris by stuffing our faces with macaroons, we can continue our journey through the wonders of the Paris Mens Collections! I would do every single show, but some shows aren’t my thing and I’d just immediately “boot” it instead of “toot” it (bonus points if you know where Boot/Toot is from! Hint: Raja and Raven)! Now let’s get started!
Cerruti 1881 Paris
The cross between sportswear and menswear has not slowed down. Aldo Maria Camillo, stated that he blended the balance between sportswear and suiting in the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection. The cross between the two was evident, as pants were made to look like joggers, using fabrics for suits. He also played with the big silhouettes for the overcoats.
For the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, designer Riccardo Tisci went with the monochrome urban wear this season. He also added both printed and embroidered flowers to the collection, which added a nice feminine touch to the collection. On the catwalk, there were also special appearances made by models Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, Irina Shayk and Isabeli Fontana. I really liked this collection, as it was a really simple idea, but still executed very beautifully, especially the embroidered looks.
If you are looking for a spring wardrobe that has the traveler in mind, you do not have to worry this season. From Tod’s to Burberry, and now Berluti, the Men’s Collections have got you covered! Ease of movement played a big role in this collection designed by Alessandro Sartori. The collection also had a lot of vibrant colors, which will allow you to stand out in the crowd when traveling from city to city. The collection just oozed luxury, and is for the confident man on-the-go.
Now that Day 2 is done, we can now move onto Day 3. I gotta hand it to these models, from early morning fittings and casting calls, they are doing something that I could ever do: wake up early. Now tomorrow we have a bunch of designers to go through since Day 3 was apparently the day where all the good designers wanted to showcase their collections, which means more work for me! Yay!
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