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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.
Game On -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Louis Vuitton Womenswear
Louis Vuitton 2021 Resort collection draws inspiration from Static Journey, takes "Game On" as the theme and explores inner emotions. Items of this collection are shot in the studio in Paris of Nicolas Ghesquiere, the womenswear art director. Nicolas Ghesquiere compares fashion creation to adventures in games. The collection consists of two parts, Quotidian and Playing Cards. Playing cards become main design elements of bags in the new season. Classic monogram mixes with four suits of playing cards, or bags are designed to be playing cards, hearts and dice. This collection takes us on a relaxing and unique resort journey.
A Free Holiday -- The Catwalk Analysis of MSGM Menswear
MSGM S/S 2021 collection takes cues from Fluo: Storie di Giovani a Riccione by the Italian writer Isabella Santacroce, which tells a story of young people spending their summer days on sunny beaches and meeting again with their friends. Beside, designers also use paintings by Seth Armstrong and visual plants, reinforce the brand's aesthetics via bright color-blocking and express the new fashion attitude through layered match of varied items.
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.
Walking in the Wheat Field -- The Catwalk Analysis of Jacquemus Menswear
With a theme of L'amour, Jacquemus S/S 2021 series is launched in a wheat field in the northwest of Paris. The series takes cues from the dance aesthetics of Swedish dancer Alexander Ekman, and uses neutrals like black, white, khaki and grass as dominant colors. It continues the lethargic Southern France feel. Simon Porte Jacquemus believes that no online video can replace the runway show, because it is the core of fashion. "Just like a reopened restaurant, life has to move on for all of us."
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.
Color Impact -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/Fur on Catwalks
With the change of lifestyle, sustainability and durability become the driving force of design. Transseasonal color proportion and natural tones are emphasized. Autumn tones, neutral camel tones and grey tones are increasingly important. Gem palette is enchanting and charming. Rocky Road and Chicory Coffee enhance the importance of deep brown colors. Preppy red is the key color of the right palette. A single color is used to create a simplified and individualized appearance.
Accessories -- The Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 20/21 Catwalks
In A/W 20/21, the elegant comfortable style is quite appealing; high-quality materials are used to upgrade the casual belt, ribbed beanie hat and the knitted scarf. The silk scarf and wide belt are worth investment. Consumers prefer durable items. Leather substitutes rejuvenate recycled textile threads and unmarketable products.
Craft, Detail and Pattern -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/ Fur Clothing on Catwalks
Nowadays, fashion is like the melting pot, and not restricted to rules or outdated concepts. "Almighty" is the core feeling brought by A/W 2020 shows. Designers smartly use innovative crafts to create leather and fur clothing. Here we conclude core trends on these international catwalks, such as the printed mink fur, leather, ruffle and splicing.
Patterns – The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
In A/W 20/21, women's knitwear pays more attention to design fun patterns. Designers use embroidery and napping to enrich details of animals and plants patterns. Folk patterns are notable. Traditional folk patterns are magnified, quite eye-catching. Individual illustrations are applied to knitwear, good-looking.
Memories -- The Catwalk Analysis of Burberry Womenswear
Since Riccardo Tisci took charge of Burberry's creative director in 2018, versatility and inclusiveness have made up Burberry's current form. After Kingdom, Tempest and Evolution, Riccardo Tisci takes Memories as the theme of A/W 20/21 Burberry. Images with mirroring and perceptive connotations are secretly displayed before the show. Skin, petal, dew... The shadow created by mirror symmetry sets the keynote of this season. The "Memories" world built by Burberry is like the alternations of virtual and real spaces with overlapping dimensions in the movie, Inception. On the catwalk, twin pianists Katia and Marielle Labeque cooperate with electronic producer Arcaper to put on a bizarre duet. For Riccardo Tisci, this series is a self-recall and reflection on memory, consciousness, perception, psychology and life.
Masculinity -- The Catwalks Analysis of Gucci Menswear
This is Alessandro Michele's fifth year at Gucci. Michele leads us to rethink the definition of masculinity through the nonlinear time travel to the moment of birth. Gucci jumps out of traditional concepts and rewrites the powerful male chauvinism. Without social restraints or power limits, boys are wearing Mary Jane shoes, stockings and skirts in bright colors and a well-fitting silhouette. Gucci breaks male rules and neutral beauty, showing diversified sides of men.
Creation and Integration -- The Comprehensive Analysis of New York Menswear Fashion Week
The international fashion week held in New York every year holds supreme status in the fashion world. Many brands work together to put on a fashion feast. Exquisite cutting and creative design are displayed in this season. The concept that the future and the modern make a contrast and integrate with each other is used to present the vivid and fun design aesthetics. Coach 1941, Tom Ford and Palm Angels also put on splendid shows.
Young and Fashionable -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Leather/Fur on Catwalks
On A/W 20/21 catwalks, young and fashionable menswear tends to adopt bright colors, like warm brown tones, leaping blue tones and fiery red tones. Compared with last season, colors are full and pleasing in this season. Large-scale brights are used. Tonal color match also appears at shows of luxury brands. The neat silhouette keeps the minimalist comfort trend, and meticulous looks also display designers' ingenuity. Therefore, using creativity to add more possibilities to items is key to success in A/W 20/21.
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.
Vintage and Innovation -- The Comprehensive Analysis of London Menswear Fashion Week
Every year the London menswear fashion week is a platform for new designers from Saint Martin, and these menswear shows in different styles can largely determine the fashion trends for the next year. Especially in this year, in addition to established pioneers such as Paria Farzaneh Martine Rose, supernovae brands such as Eastwood Danso and Bethany Williams are beginning to shine, which dominate almost half of the international fashion world.
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.
Heaven on Earth -- The Catwalk Analysis of Louis Vuitton Menswear
Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton menswear, unveils this season's theme of Heaven on Earth, and uses a reverse clock moving through the clouds as an invitation to the A/W 2020 menswear show. The blue sky and white clouds are scattered by traditional tools like bobbin, scissors, pencils, hammers and brushes. The huge sculptures complete the surrealism and also pay homage to the brand's traditional crafts. Although the A/W 2020 menswear of Virgil Abloh is moving away from the street style, more formal cutting and experimental prints also bring new luxury aesthetics that is quite different from previous years.
The Collision of Classics and Modernity -- The Catwalk Analysis of MSGM Womenswear
Massimo Giorgetti, the artistic director of MSGM, who is constantly looking for cultural inspiration from the past, is an unruly fun-goer. This theme is inspired by Gio Ponti's interior design of Milan architectures in the 1970s and the modernistic ceramic floor tiles. The concept of the collision and integration of classics and modernity is used to present the vivid and interesting design aesthetics. The classic bright color matching and bowknot of WSGM are used. The neat and clean silhouette replaces ruffle, with lively colors to be fresh and lovely. Various interior elements are used as patterns this time. The geometrics on the floor tiles are applied to the shirt, and classical rose pattern is used to the outerwear. Environmental protection is also advocated this time, like eco-friendly leather and faux woolskin, reflecting the designer's attention to the 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.