Menswear Fashion Week Spring 2015 – Modiste’s picks

DSQUARED2 dominated catwalk by the generous ‘splash’ of bright colors and prints.
photo-107 Dior Homme showed broad range of conservative suits and their casual variations with cropped tops in stripes, all the way to ‘funky’ styles with written and graphic patterns…
Moncler shocked by innovative approach to presenting the collection in the historical fighting arena range.
Kenzo’s eye popping maxi polka dots and pastel ensembles stood up on the gray background of rainy Paris…
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Among many extraordinary looks of the fashion week, some of the most memorable styles were seen in Gucci’s vision of stripes, ETRO vibrant colors, Monclear color block designs, or Prada ‘hot’ denim coats…
Pastel pink appeared in numerous shows on monochromatic suits in classical cuts (Versace), casual chic combinations (Marc Jacobs), or on the avant-garde (Thom Browne, Commes Des Garcons) eccentric numbers…
Dolce & Gabbana were inspired by the influence of Spanish colonists in Sicily in 16th century and transformed the catwalk to ‘corrida’.
Etro was about color on color! Monochromatic suits, or mixed and matched combinations in expressive rainbow colors were unexpected departure from rich prints heavily prevalent in previous collections.
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Moschino was wild, fun and beach ready with quite a few styles sported by the ladies.
Atypical approach appeared in casual ‘twist’ in the collections of several most prominent menswear brands (Armani stripes, Fendi washed denim pieces, YSL historical elements and Valentino printed suits)
And finally our favorite pants suits picks on the ladies of the menswear fashion week, seen in the streets.

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