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Back to The Essence of Clothes -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Online Menswear Weeks (Style)
Although S/S 2021 menswear week is disrupted, many brands make use of digital techniques such as video or short film to present their new seasons. Designers create more practical and comfortable items based on their thinking about current situation. From S/S 2021 four online menswear fashion weeks, we can see designs return back to the essence of clothes, pay more attention to leisure and comfort, and create practical items to meet people's physical or psychological needs.
Conventional and Emerging -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Menswear Fashion Week
Affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, conventional fashion shows are released in emerging forms. In the past few years, people have been talking about the innovation of fashion shows, some of which has been widely used, while others are still under conceptualization or practice. In this S/S 2021 menswear fashion week, online ways especially video become the mainstream. Besides, some bold brands also hold the fashion show offline based on limited traffic and a safe distance.
Simplified Street Fashion -- The Catwalk Analysis of Off-White Menswear
Off-White Resort 2021 menswear collection gets more sophisticated than previous rebellious high street designs. It weakens street elements and simplifies designs. Trench coats and suits are decorated by street elements, making street fashion more wearable.
Renovation -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Menswear Catwalks
The A/W 20/21 menswear catwalks turn towards tailored details. Deconstruction brings subversive changes for business leisure menswear. Deformable garment is favored by modern young business men. In A/W 20/21, placement details are magnified to be perfect.
Changes -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Knitwear in Four Fashion Weeks
The A/W 20/21 menswear fashion week puts on a splendid fashion feast in Paris, Milan, New York and London. Techniques like stitches, splicing and deconstruction are combined with geometrics, figures and animals to bring more changeable styles and details to men's knitwear. This report extracts key colors, emphasizes utility from perspectives of crafts, items and design elements, and comprehensively analyzes the four fashion weeks.
Return of The Elegant Advanced Customization -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Menswear Fashion Week
At the beginning of 2020, the novel coronavirus upsets our life. The outbreak is still there, but fashion never stops. For A/W 20/21 Paris Menswear Fashion Week, the collaboration collection of shoes with clothing decreases in this season, and is replaced by the rich and novel sophisticated looks. Street fashion style drops, and menswear tends to be retro and elegant, maybe because people are tired of the street style and tend to long for the elegant advanced customization. Many suits with exquisite cutting and meticuous fabrics emerge on the catwalk.
Business Leisure -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Leather/ Fur
On A/W 20/21 catwalks, retro natural colors and neutral intellectual colors co-create rich and calm business color palette. Compared with last season, cold industrial colors have a stronger effect. For instance, grey and blue become key colors for men's leather and fur. People no longer pursue the minimalist comfort only, and pay attention to the exquisite and elite fur. There are classic and simple silhouette designs on catwalks. And we also need to pay attention to irregular splicing and collar details.
Quality First -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Milan Menswear Fashion Week
If New York Fashion Week is practical; London Fashion Week is avant-garde; Paris Fashion Week is luxury, then Milan Fashion Week is professional. Milan Fashion Week is a key event in the fashion world, representing Italy's fundamental creative and manufacturing role in luxury goods. This season, the fashion week is brilliant. The Gucci menswear returns; Alexander McQueen joins; Salvatore Ferragamo keeps presentng its menswear series. So the brand-new fashion trend will spread over Milan.
The Minimalist Commuting -- The Catwalk Analysis of N.Hoolywood Menswear
N.Hoolywood was founded in 2002 by the Japanese designer, Daisuke Obana. As a high-end fashion brand of Japanese Hi-Casual, N.Hoolywood's catwalk shows are usually themed, but this time Obana chooses simple, and fashion-conscious clothing to create an interesting collection. The A/W 20/21 collection of N.Hoolywood works with the artist, Tsuneta Daiki who plays a solo cello at the show. It is also a memorable collection designed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand's move to New York.
Speak for The Earth in The Name of Art -- The Catwalk Analysis of Ermenegildo Zegna Menswear
This season Zegna redefines the beauty of tailoring. From the perspective of diversified integration, Zegna creates a neat and layered silhouette, and interprets exquisite tailoring skills of the brand. And it also pays more attention to the echo between details and cutting. The flip and patch pocket are ergonomic, showing the outstanding practicality of this series. The Ermenegildo Zegna XXX series always upholds the concept of sustainability, and so does this show. Zegna works with American multimedia artist Anne Patterson, and weaves extra fabrics into thousands of ribbons to create a giant cube, realizing the perfect combination of artistic aesthetics and environmental protection.
Creation -- The Catwalk Analysis of Men's Leather/Fur of Hermes
Hermès always emphasizes comfort and practicality and delivers lasting craftsmanship and brand culture through each collection. In terms of A/W 20/21 menswear, Véronique Nichanian creates a simple silhouette to make each set capable and appropriate, and the superior fabric brings a pleasing and 3D feel. The exquisite lining can also be worn outside. Compared with the bright S/S series, deep brown and dark tones are main tones of A/W 20/21. The new season of Hermès menswear is worth reference.
Retro Futurism -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Menswear
The A/W 2020 menswear collection of Fendi has a theme of New Normal. The show is inspired by Retro-futurist, and has a background of high-tech and minimalist white stage. Menswear shows up in tonal order: from heavy black and gray, to gentle khaki, to light yellow and white in the end, and the overall style tends to be formal. Silvia Venturini Fendi reshapes the classic items and brings them back. She thinks it's a great idea to stop in time to review these seemingly insignificant but classic items.
Learned And Refined Gentlemen-- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Fashion Week
The Paris Fashion Week is highly artistic and inclusive and Paris is also the most romantic fashion city. Many brands present their unique charm. And designs breaking the gender boundaries increase gradually. The layered and lively senses are fully displayed. The practicality is focused. More elegance and romance are given to men in Paris.
Artistic Italian Merging -- Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Knitwear in Milan Fashion Week
Sustainability is key for S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week. Ermenegildo Zegna, Corneliani, Marni and SUNNEI all used space environment to interpret new collections. Artistic and gentleman-style Italian styling is dominant. This report analyzes S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week in color, style, craft, stitch&yarn.
The Gender-Neutral Aesthetic -- Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalks on Men's Leather&Fur
S/S 2020 menswear catwalks mix athleisure and smart silhouettes. Bold and soft colors further the free and cosy style. Unique yet harmonious panelling and contrasting colors are utilized to create a gender-neutral casual style. The colors and details of leather&fur garments move towards youthfulness. Hoods and drawstrings are often seen in leather garments. Young designers prefer unisex designs with standout waist details, creative patterns and appliques.
Yuppie Style -- Comprehensive Analysis of S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week
For S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week, sustainability was emphasized. Youser and BED J.W.FORD attended this fashion week. Colors, elements and styles are analyzed to show diversification.
Subtle French Romance -- Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Knitwear in Paris Fashion Week
The gender-neutral quality is a highlight for S/S 2020 menswear in Paris Fashion Week. Reserved and subtle details are emphasized. Pastels set the soft tone. The vacation style is the main trend. Simple styles deliver a free and cosy message. Stitches and jacquard are smarter and subtler. Knitwear items are paired with other items for novelty.
Garden Language -- Analysis of Fendi's Menswear Fur&Leather Show
On June 17, 2019, Beijing time, Fendi's S/S 2020 En Plein is released in Milan Royal Garden. This is the first time Fendi had held an outdoor show. Models walked alongside the pond, and attendees were under the trees. Silvia Venturini Fendi also invited Luca Guadagnino as the special artist. Green, beige and brown are key for the collection with the garden style and functionality.
Splicing -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Four Fashion Weeks for Men's Knitwear
19/20 A/W four fashion weeks have ended. During those shows, splicing is key. There are pockets, badges, patches, etc. Different materials are applied into knitwear. Delicate crafts show high quality. Bright colors are present on knitwear to redefine splicing.