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Alexander McQUEEN AW23 Menswear Collection

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Inspiration
A return to formality. An exploration of beauty and power through men’s tailoring and a focus on cut, proportion and silhouette.
The classic subverted. Volume is alternatively neat – strict – and exploded. Jackets are spliced and slashed, stripped back and focussed on the body within. Waists are high, elongating the leg: the bumster in reverse. Kilts and the coverall are reimagined: both references
to early McQueen. The most prominent motif in the collection is the orchid, a cultivated flower. Like the tailoring it is dissected: printed, woven and embroidered. The McQueen seal appears alongside.

Alexander McQueen Autumn Winter 2023 Menswear Collection

Look 01
A tailored bustier and two-pleat wide-legged tuxedo trousers in black wool barathea, a shirt in white cotton poplin and a tie in black leather.

Look 02
A double-breasted tailored coat and two-pleat wide-legged trousers in black cashmere and a shirt in white cotton poplin.

Look 03
A drop shoulder folded shirt in white cotton poplin and folded trousers in black wool gabardine.

Look 04
A double-breasted tailored jacket, kilt and cigarette trousers in navy wool mohair and seal logo pin in silver metal.

Look 05
An oversized cocoon coat in black wool cashmere, a tailored bustier and two-pleat wide-legged tuxedo trousers in black wool barathea, a shirt in white cotton poplin and a tie in black leather.

Look 06
A double-breasted tailored jacket and two-pleat wide-legged trousers in black and white wool dogtooth.

Look 07
A double-breasted tailored jacket and two-pleat wide-legged trousers in charcoal wool fleck check.

Look 08
A drop shoulder trench coat in pale beige cotton gabardine with tonal seal embroidery, a shirt in white cotton poplin, a tie and wide-legged trousers in black leather.

Look 09
A tailored jumpsuit with a cut-out waist in grey wool sharkskin.

Look 10
A drop shoulder trench coat in navy poly faille, a shirt in white cotton poplin, a tie and wide-legged trousers in black leather.

Look 11
A double-breasted tailored jacket and trousers with a black photographic orchid print in alabaster viscose cady.

Look 12
A jumper with a spliced orchid intarsia in ivory and black wool, a kilt and cigarette trousers in black wool gabardine.

Look 13
A cocoon-sleeved parka with a black photographic orchid print in alabaster poly faille and leggings in alabaster photographic orchid print jersey.

Look 14
A puffer jacket in black leather, a jumper with a spliced orchid intarsia in ivory and black wool cashmere, folded shorts in black cotton gabardine and leggings in alabaster photographic orchid print jersey.

Look 15
A quilted parka with a black orchid silhouette print in khaki nylon and leggings in khaki orchid silhouette print jersey.

Look 16
A drop shoulder shirt with a spliced orchid silhouette print in yellow and khaki cotton poplin, folded shorts in black cotton gabardine and leggings in black viscose knit.

Look 17
A quilted bomber jacket with a black orchid silhouette print in khaki nylon, folded shorts in black cotton gabardine and leggings in khaki orchid silhouette print jersey.

Look 18
A folded coverall in indigo denim.

Look 19
An oversized cocoon coat in red wool cashmere, a shirt in white cotton poplin, a tie in black leather and cigarette trousers in black wool gabardine.

Look 20
A zip-fronted jacket and jeans in patchworked indigo and black denim.

Look 21
A jumper with an ink flower jacquard in red and black viscose, a kilt and cigarette trousers in black wool gabardine.

Look 22
A single-breasted tailored jacket in red and black ink flower print viscose cady, a shirt in black silk poplin and cigarette trousers in red viscose cady.

Look 23
A tailored tuxedo jumpsuit with a cut-out waist in black wool barathea.

Look 24
A cutaway vest with jet orchid embroidery and high-waisted trousers in black wool barathea.

Look 25
A slashed tailored jacket and cigarette trousers in black wool barathea.

Look 26
A vest in white jersey with a black photographic orchid print and high-waisted tuxedo trousers in black wool barathea.

Look 27
A tailored tuxedo jacket in black wool barathea with red orchid embroidery and tuxedo trousers in black wool barathea.

Look 28
A single-breasted tailored jacket in red and black orchid jacquard, a shirt in black silk poplin and cigarette trousers in red jacquard.

Look 29
A tailored bustier and two-pleat wide-legged tuxedo trousers in black wool barathea.

Look 30
A double-breasted coat with a fitted waist in black and red orchid jacquard, a shirt in black silk poplin and cigarette trousers in black jacquard.

Look 31
A double-breasted sleeveless tailored jacket in black wool gabardine and a kilt in black and red orchid jacquard.

Look 32
A single-breasted coat with a fitted waist in black wool barathea with red orchid embroidery and two-pleat wide-legged trousers in black wool barathea.

SHOES
Stack boots in black leather. Tread brogue boots and Tread Slick Moto boots in black leather. Wander boots in black leather.

JEWELLERY
Jewelled ear sets in silver metal with crystal and in black varnish with jet and crystal. Evening accumulated ear sets and rings in silver and gold metal. Accumulated ear sets, rings and cuffs in silver metal, gold metal and black varnish. The seal logo pin in silver metal.

Bags
The Grip Mini bag in patchworked denim. The Edge Duffle bag in black and khaki leather. The Edge Tote in black leather. The Knuckle Clutch in khaki leather. The Knuckle Satchel in black leather. The Harness backpack in seal quilted khaki nylon with black leather detailing.

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Harmont & Blaine presenta la campagna digital “Color me Wonderful” Collezione Sping/Summer 2024

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Harmont & Blaine presenta la campagna di contenuti digital della collezione SS24: un’interpretazione del concept della campagna pubblicitaria “Color me Wonderful”, arricchita da nuove e straordinarie sfumature di creatività.

Esplorando il concetto dell’armonia dei colori, abbinando l’approccio eclettico e curioso del brand a una serie di attivazioni e collab con artisti della scena creativa contemporanea, italiana e internazionale, la campagna coinvolge l’artista argentino Juan Bertoni per interpretare, con il suo approccio pop unico e personale, la freschezza della collezione primavera estate, mettendo in risalto la sua vivace gamma cromatica.

Il colore prende vita attraverso l’originale tocco dell’artista, enfatizzando il ruolo fondamentale dell’arte e della creatività legato al colore.

L’occhio dell’artista cattura l’essenza positiva, dinamica e mediterranea di Harmont & Blaine attraverso pennellate cromatiche inconfondibili, celebrando la vitalità e l’amore per la bellezza. Le sue interpretazioni personali dei capi evocano emozioni, ricordi e sensazioni uniche.

Questa narrazione permetterà di immergersi nel mondo di Harmont & Blaine, suscitando una profonda connessione e un senso di appartenenza al brand che va oltre i singoli capi.

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FUSALP Colors and prints for Summer 2024

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For over 70 years, Fusalp has been at the forefront of innovation on the slopes. Its origins date back to 1952 and an innovative desire to integrate the characteristics of haute couture into the world of technical skiwear. For spring-summer 2024, Fusalp is moving away from winter sports and proposing an inter-seasonal offering that is elegant, technical, protective and lightweight.

As Creative Director, Mathilde Lacoste has created an avant-garde wardrobe that unequivocally bridges the gap between Annecy and Paris, and between Paris and the mountains, extending Fusalp’s internationally recognized know-how to encompass an active and demanding urban environment. Marked by an inventive approach to technical possibilities, each piece is also designed with aesthetics in mind, to ensure that the wearer looks as good as they feel.

COLORS AND CAMOUFLAGE

The camouflage pattern, which appears on clothing and accessories for both sexes, is produced in the form of a techno jacquard exclusively developed by Fusalp.

This ultra-modern combination of aesthetics and functionality combines traditional jacquard weaving techniques with the brand’s own waterproofing and repellency properties, another example of the exceptional quality that has inspired trust and loyalty across decades and generations.

Mathilde Lacoste’s talent as a colorist has resulted in a palette that punctuates a panoply of soft, timeless tones with touches of acid green and sonic blue. As a staple for year-round outfits, polo shirts come in dapper colors in moisture-wicking jersey and contrasting waterproof zippers.
Goggles in three formats – mask, pilot and round – bring the spirit of the track to sunglasses.

Every element of this new, highly adaptable collection is a cleverly developed expression of the main objective of aligning utility and allure.

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Drôle de Monsieur SS24

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For Spring/Summer 2024, the brand takes a trip to the Provence region in France, drawing inspiration from iconic hotel La Colombe d’Or and its strong artistic heritage to build a series of looks that celebrate creativity and craftsmanship. As always, the collection is heavily focused on prints: the standout motif is the playing card pattern, sprawled over cuban shirts, shorts and bathing suits, hinting at long afternoons spent around the playing table in the sun. Paying homage to the art of tableware, t-shirts and sweatshirts are embroidered with plates, wine glasses and fruit, a nod to hedonism and the quintessential French pleasure of long meals.

The signature palette of light colors, from sand to beige and pristine white, creates a luminous effect, shaken up by the introduction of vibrant red: this new color experimentation is spotted on flowing neo- Hawaiian shirts and a luxurious version of the iconic track jacket. References to the verdant gardens of Provence add a poetic touch: classic knits in rose pink and mimosa yellow, jackets and workwear-inspired pants in sage and olive hues.
Maxime Schwab and Dany Dos Santos continue to explore ornamentation, introducing a woven motif that creates a new visual signature for the brand. This elegant braided detail snakes along shoulders and trouser legs and is embroidered on the pockets of workwear-inspired shirts. Leather patches on back pockets, linen shirts with contrast stitching and a stunning patchwork crochet sweatshirt confirm the brand’s attachment to natural materials.

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