With the start of each semiannual Women and Men’s Ready-to-Wear, it is often said fashion trends moves very quickly. Voracious consumerism can be held responsible for this, which is a result of lightning-fast speed of social media development, global fashion view, and a continuous affection for something new or different.
Biannual cycle can seem more pomp for those who only occasionally check out the clothing and latest apparels, but it’s of great value to those who’re already dying to figure out what to wear next season! Of course, these fashion trends affect the buyers everywhere, as they sort out from the runway to mass retailers. We are yet to see the monsoon season, but what can be picked up from 2013 Men’s spring season has been consumed, and the rest has been filtered out already. Men’s Ready-to-Wear is an eclectic and rich collection of sportswear, with modern designs, representing a study in contrast, angles, lines, and folds.
A pared down artistic has a great design and many collections, especially showcased at the Paris Fashion Show seemed to have taken a pure business approach literally. Good design, cutting edge fabrics, clean lines, and new silhouettes were the limelight of the show.
Louis Vuitton’s Fab Creations
Louis Vuitton, a French fashion house has created some of next season’s most notable innovations, offering luxurious look on old designs. Kim Jones, a menswear designer has given a new life to the classic old patterns in the form of refined and durable jackets, shirt, and pants. Both design and fabrication play an important and functional role.
New Boat Shoes
Rounding out the modern line were simple boat shoes made with latest approaches to color and lace, while wet suits got new look, designed in cashmere, not in neoprene. Other innovative creations include crocodile zip-front jackets, buttery-soft crocodile pullovers. The crocodile designs became the best sellers too, following on the trend of company’s limited edition coats in just one year.
Lucas Ossendrijver Dominating the Fashion World Too
Lucas Ossendrijver, yet another famous menswear designer is playful in his innovations; he created a new spin, making them in superfine python, leather, or nylon, rendering them chic and lightweight must-haves. He also bought sleeveless leather shirts, elongated suit jackets, stark white shirts, skinny black ties, and high-waist wide-leg pants. The coats were given oversized collars, complemented with tailored shorts.
Ricardo and Veronique Designs Rocked Too!
Riccardo Tisci designs were sharply tailored and athletic-inspired; his thoughts about men’s skirts were replaced by mullet-hemmed tunic pants that could be worn with boxy-shaped sleeveless shirts.
Veronique Nichanian from Hermes’ offered a modern mix of relaxed urban and hyper-luxury cool with good designs like black crocodile T-shirts, sheer seersucker suits, Chuck Taylor-inspired kicks, calfskin parkas, and mohair tuxedos.