The final day of Paris. The last day of the Menswear Collections. The Menswear journey has come to an end. It was an interesting one, to say the least. Throughout the collections we traveled through time and to different continents. The last day of Paris was pretty interesting, but I only really loved one collection, and that was the Lanvin collection, so there will only be one review today.
Nowadays, men are always on the go. From work, to the bar, to the gym, and to the club. There’s no stopping the 21st century gentleman. With the on-the-go mindset, designers Lucas Ossendrijver and Albert Elbaz created the Spring/Summer 2015 with this in mind. Instead of creating the traditional formal suit, they created something that created a suit that could be worn at any occasion, but still seemed luxurious. “You know men don’t change every season, we are stubborn,” said Ossendrijver after the show. “What changes in life is the way we live.” This is shown throughout the collection, as the styles have not changed, but rather they have been updated. Any piece of the collection would be great to have in your closet as an anytime staple, whether you’re going to work or to the bars.
Now that we are done with menswear for the season, next week we’ll move on the Couture Week! I can’t wait to see what all the designers have come up with using their creativity! What are your final thoughts on the menswear for the Spring/Summer 2015 season? Which designer are you most looking forward to seeing next week for haute couture? Let me know in the comments below! Until next time.
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