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Key Detail -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear
This report digs deeply into the detail elements on womenswear runway shows. The comparison between S/S 2022 and S/S 2023 discovers the direction of fashion development. For S/S 2023, sexy elements are dominating; the balance between nightwear and daywear has also been the core. The YoY growth of ultrafine shoulder straps is the highest.
Build the Boundaries -- The Comprehensive Detail Analysis of Menswear Runway
The comprehensive analysis of Spring/Summer 2023 men’s runway show will introduce you the detail designs on those key positions: collars, shoulders, plackets, hemlines, waists and leg openings. Besides, laced-up design, buckles, patchwork and pockets are also the noteworthy details.
'90s Utilitarianism -- The Runway Analysis of Sunnei
Sunnei Spring/Summer 2023 collection found inspirations from 1990s and provided a utilitarian daily wardrobe. Tartans, vests, low-rise pants and leather jackets drove the Y2K aesthetic to be mature and practical. Activewear shared the stage with evening designs, including a charming halter-neck dress with sequins peeking from a slit, and sparkly and roomy overalls.
Time -- The Runway Analysis of Peter Do
As a comment on the pace and rush of fashion, Do titled his collection Time. “I was thinking about how we always seem to be running out of time in this industry. As a designer and brand, we are always living in the future and never in the present. This collection marks a period where, for the first time in a while, I feel present; where I’ve slowed down to savour those important moments in life.” His reflections manifested in what he called the “fundamentals” of his brand: The deconstruction of garments, a focus on the convertible wardrobe and transparency. Do played with androgynous codes in the exaggerated fits and volumes of suits, magnified classic shirts and exploded them into buoyant coats.
Western World -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Casablanca
With only a few, short years in as a burgeoning design label, Charaf Tajer’s Casablanca has shown no signs of slowing down. For Spring/Summer 2023, the brand upped the ante in Paris and utilized a horse pen stage setting to showcase its western-inspired collection. Working from three different themes – Vaqueros, Phantastica and Nature & Architecture – Tajer presented distinct clothing elements based on an overarching “Future Optimist” approach.
New Classicism -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Versace
Presented in the cobblestone courtyard of the historic Via Gesù home of the fashion house’s founder, Gianni Versace, in Milan, the Versace Spring/Summer 2023 collection was full of color and verve. Donatella Versace dug into the archives and pulled out prints her brother Gianni created for La Scala productions in the 90s, a logo from the early 2000s or the frozen-in-lava death masks of Pompeii, all of these revisited archival motifs splashed across t-shirts, silk shirts and pants, alongside stripes, diamond-shaped cut from leather made in eco-sustainable latex and powerfully colorful python prints. The latter, now replacing exotic skins, with fluorescent accents appeared on trench coats or pants. These new eco-friendly fabrics definitely marked the brand’s entry into the era of sustainability.
Born in Oasi Zegna -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of ZEGNA
The ZEGNA Summer 2023 Fashion Show was presented live from Oasi Zegna, the home of the brand values and 100 sq.km nature park. Always looking ahead while keeping track of roots, it is here that Artistic Director Alessandro Sartori introduces new shapes and textures as he builds an evolving language in style. Rooted in sartorial ethic, his elevated wardrobe is attuned to the here and now. “My work stems from one single question: what’s next for tailoring and for the needs and the fast-paced lives of today?"
Paris Men's Fashion Week: Recommended Brands(Part Two)
Spring/Summer 2023 Paris Fashion Week(June 21 to 26) included 84 exhibitors and 76 physical shows. Famous designers returned to the show and enlivened the Paris Fashion Week.
The Possibility Of An Island -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of MSGM
"MSGM boys are good natured boys, with not a soupçon of dark side. Or at least, they keep it well hidden under the cheerful, über-positive designs concocted by Massimo Giorgetti, an equally sunny-side-up kind of guy. " Designer said that reading Michel Houellebecq’s dystopian and rather cynical novel The Possibility Of An Island made him think about the tension between the natural and the virtual, humanity and technology. To amplify his message, the location he choose for the show was a brand new glass and cement building located in an up-and-coming industrial area of Milan.
Milan Men's Fashion Week: Recommended Brands(Part Two)
S/S 2023 Milan Fashion Week(June 17th to 21th) included 28 offline runway shows, 24 still-life exhibitions, 5 digital releases and 21 brand culture events.
Men's Paris Fashion Week: Recommended Brands(Part One)
Spring/Summer 2023 Paris Fashion Week(June 21 to 26) included 84 exhibitors and 76 physical shows. Famous designers returned to the show and enlivened the Paris Fashion Week. Notably, the former designer of Dior Men and Saint Laurent - Hedi Slimane - took his new collection back with Celine to close the fashion show.
Strange Math -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton Men’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection, named Strange Math, is set on pure imagination, which is at the heart of the Maison’s ethos. It explores the relationship between imagination and reality and brings together creative minds into the ecosystem that welcomed Virgil Abloh back in 2018, and that strives for creatorship, craftsmanship and showmanship.
A Basketful of Summer -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Emporio Armani
Emporio Armani took to the Milan Fashion Week stage to unveil its refined Spring/Summer 2023 collection, officially dubbed “A Basketful of Summer." "Summer is defined by lightness, in attitude and spirit lightness as immediacy and the sheer joy of living and dressing for the season: choosing clothes and accessories to throw on without too much thought,” the official collection notes read. “This collection by Emporio, the brand that Giorgio Armani has always seen as a container of possibilities, resembles a wicker basket, full of surprises that will bring the holiday spirit to the city and give any holiday the appropriate fresh and composed feel.”
Men's London Fashion Week -- Recommended Brands
Taking place from Saturday 11th to Monday 13th June 2022 as a digital-physical hybrid, showcasing both womenswear and menswear brands. London Fashion Week displayed the vitality and creativity of this city and offered a platform to present designers’ stories and avant-garde techniques.
California Couture -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of DIOR MEN
For Spring 2023, Jones continues in that vein by teaming up with ERL’s Eli Russell Linnetz for a new capsule collection titled “California Couture.” Presented as a first-ever guest-designed collaboration between Jones and Linnetz, the capsule was shown in California’s Venice Beach, which is a first-time location setting for the brand. The runway comprised a fleet of ERL x Dior clad models dressed in vibrant pastel satin suits, quilted puffer jackets, Christmas-colored tinsel tops and cozy half-zip pullovers.
Hot Y2K Girl -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Sultry Virgin
Sultry Virgin is an independent Chinese designer brand founded by Xu Yan in 2020. Driven by the prevalent Y2K era, S/S 2022 collection came from a perfect holiday in the dream. Sunbath, Latin drums and cocktail constituted a seaside utopia for women. Terry fabrics, glossy ripples, braided fabrics and sexy translucent materials were mixed peacefully in the collection.
Il Rumore del Tempo -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of MSGM
MSGM was joined by Gaetano Pesce, the renowned architect and furniture and industrial designer, this season to release its Fall 2022 menswear collection. Giorgetti was struck by Pesce's vivid visuals, which resonate with MSGM's saturated palette, and by one of Pesce's many quotes and aphorisms. "It's about Il Rumore del Tempo (The Noise of Time)," he explained at a press appointment in MSGM's new headquarters. Giorgetti's MSGM repertoire is still largely shaped by his energetic yet gentle interpretation of streetwear. Significant elements of Pesce's aesthetic were transposed into the collection. The felted quilting of his soft-shaped armchair and trompe l'oeil prints were the inspirations.
The Comprehensive Analysis of Menswear Runway(Style)
S/S 2022 runways of Fashion Week in Paris, Milan, New York, and London have been finished. Under the steady situation of epidemic, fashion weeks operated the runway in a mixed pattern: a part of brands returned to the offline fashion show, while others continued the digital show, displaying new products through live streaming and videos. And the end of fashion week will definitely lead topics among journalists, celebrities, and buyers. The eye-catching designs revealed the unique mindset of each fashion house, which inspired the trend of next season.
Color Analysis of Menswear Runway(Purple Series)
Purple is mainly used on menswear design to express the romantic tonality or street fashion attitude. Different hues and saturations can bring different dressing experiences. Orchid Hush(PANTONE 13-3805 TPG), African Violet(PANTONE 16-3520 TPG), Deep Lavender(PANTONE 18-3633 TPG), Zinfandel(PANTONE 19-1522 TPG) and Shadow Purple(PANTONE 19-3217 TPG) are the main colors for S/S 2022 menswear fashion weeks. We can see individualized expression and steady tonality from most brands. Orchid Hush better underlines the romance of men; while Shadow Purple and Deep Lavender focus on the street fashion and create positive and youthful expressions.
The Color Analysis of Menswear Runway丨Neutrals
Broadly speaking, neutral colors are the mixtures of red, yellow and blue in different proportions. However, in a narrow sense, neutrals colors are those colorless colors(black, white, gray) and low-saturation earthy tones. In the S/S 2022 menswear fashion weeks, Almond Buff(PANTONE 14-1116 TPG), Honey Mustard(PANTONE 17-1047 TPG), Clay(PANTONE 15-1231 TPG) and Arabian Spice(PANTONE 19-1245 TPG) were the main neutral colors. We can see the perfect presentation of men's elegant and understated temperament from practical and functional clothing. Clay with high inclusiveness pays attention to the casual and elegant scent; Arabian Spice is used more on leisurely outdoor items.
Greetings from Antwerp--The Analysis of Dries Van Noten Menswear Runway
“Greetings from Antwerp”, Dries Van Noten’ s Spring/Summer 2022 menswear is full of emotional connection and unlimited respect for the city’s freedom and carefree fun. The team of Dries Van Noten went to 56 landmarks in Antwerp to take snapshots in three days, capturing static and dynamic images of the models wearing new items this season and the surroundings around them. Mr. Dries Van Noten said, “Through my work here I have had the pleasure of reliving Antwerp over again through the lives of the International members of my team who have come to live here with us. With this collection, we see Antwerp through the eyes and photographs of international residents of the city, members of my design team. It is always interesting to see what captivates their attention and how the city we know speaks to them.”
BACK TO WHERE IT STARTED - -The Menswear Runway Analysis of Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani is relatively understated among all luxury brands in recent years, because it barely meets the needs of Gen Z, and stays away from the mainstream. However, the conservative Armani still brought us an elegant Italian aesthetic feast in S/S 2022. On Via Borgonuovo, the place where it all began, Giorgio Armani explores once again the idea of clothing that frees instead of constricting, increasingly moving away from formality and decisively embracing the informality of sportswear. This casual runway is committed to creating the images of yuppie gentlemen.
Natural Healing -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of AMBUSH
Escaping from city is an opportunity to heal, enjoy, and feel the nature, which is exactly the inspiration source of AMBUSH S/S 2022 collection. Although the collection was released before A/W 21/22, the designer Yoon Ahn added wasteland and vast free space into city and streets to create a new brand blueprint. Such freedom has brought variable ideas and also changed the way how AMBUSH treats its fashion collections. Inspired by highly functional fabrics, the new branch AMBUSH WKSP demonstrates the basic elements for people to move comfortably between city and countryside.
Canone Infinito -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of MSGM
Music is the must-have element for the creative director Massimo Giorgetti. The hypnotic and endless rhythm of this Canone Infinito(composed by the Italian DJ Lorenco Senni) enthralled him. Photographer Francesco Nazardo and the Milan-based image makers of No Text Azienda were involved in the production of the men's collection's video. Somehow replicating the circular melody on Senni's musical piece, the two-day shoot took place on a secluded beach in Maremma, a largely untouched, wild strip of land in Tuscany.