Have your ever consider wearing a over-sized jacket with elongated boxy shoulders?
If you have then consider your self as Balenciaga boy! This year europe’s luxury fashion house, Balenciaga debuted their first menswear collection but it’s not often that one designer can make so much of an impact on fashion with his own label to the extent that its streetwear-based with real-life-sensibilities.
Creative Director, Demna Gvasalia has got aura when it comes to make top clothing collection, as now he’s currently ruling Paris with his master skills as this was Balenciaga’s first menswear collection which was a neat way to emphasis his point.
He translated some of his fashion pieces making them relevant, making them cool and fresh by giving the theme “clothes making the man“. having served in the industry for over two decades, Gvasalia understands and has knowledge about the attitude, the way you wear things and how they wear you. He has ultimately taken the fashion world by storm. With those emblazoned caps, this has kept the campaign trail up.
The show showcased clothing opposed silhouettes, exaggerated and shruken tailoring, leather laundry (ikea-style shopping bags slung over the shoulder) palette color like lemon yellow, brown, papal purple and cardinal red inspired by ecclesiastical for high ceremony.
Gvasalia played with contrasting proportions- aforesaid jackets, smart work shirts, revamped those little corset-type tops and little shorts worn with oddly oversized jackets made for inverted body frames. The collection focused Balenciaga’s pomp and shape and proportion that seemed to be lost in the hands of Wang’s time, giving it more classic looks.
As fashion is fashion you have to have a strong point to prove yourself – for it to stick, for it to make an impact and that’s something that Gvasalia is extremely good at.
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