6 impressive collections from Paris Fashion Week Men's F/W 2021
Yesterday men's fashion week in Paris ended - in hot pursuit we talk about the most memorable moments collections.
The fashion show struck with dramatic skirts, as if from paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci, deconstructed transparent dresses, perfect velvet shirts and the most unusual down jackets of the season.
Craig Green was literally mesmerized by his powerful collection. Green's collection frames the "packaged man."
The collection is about turning emotional baggage into symbolic clothes. “It’s the idea that you are what you’ve been. That you wear the imprint of your past on you," said Craig. The items from the collection are multi-layered, resembling protective armor. The idea of the collection is clothing, which, if necessary, can become a tent or rug.
The main reference to the collection was Hugo Pratt's novels "Corto Malteze". The collection is about a marine adventurer, who encounters some of the early 20th century’s most important figures and is a bit like one of Joseph Conrad’s questing captain protagonists. A collection of delicate cuts, reminiscent of the bourgeois style of the time, delicate watercolor drawings and comics are present on clothes.
After the show on the lavender field in Provence, the brand gathered more than 1.5 million followers on Instagram. This means that supermodels along with the main influencers of the fashion world also came to the show were added to the team of fans.
The collection was magical, the simplicity of cut and fabrics in combination with heavy fabrics struck.
“This is not an art show. I am selling clothes, so it was going back to things that are minimal and effortless, like a dress people can wear to a wedding and a few times afterwards,” said designer.
The collection spoke about the main values of French handicraft. The collection was striking, with delicious color combinations, as is usually the case with Hermès. In a new way, rethought suits, textured bomber jackets, deconstructive sweaters with bewitching graphic designs, all this was elegantly balanced.