{Lanvin} Menswear Spring 2015

 

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Men don’t go through arduous cycles of trends the way women do, but what does change with men is how they carry on with business. Today’s workforce no longer requires a black suit and tie. Men now have the freedom to switch things up by wearing sneakers with their suits, or bomber jackets with a nice trouser. I believe that Alber Elbaz has captured this in this collection. This was by far my favorite collection of the season.

 

 

 

Better Late Than Never: Menswear Spring ’15 Edits

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As you may have noticed, my posts have been rather light these past few days (okay, weeks). I mentioned in a previous post how law school has taken precedent over fashion. However, I have my edits from the latest menswear shows, and I want to go through them once again before posting.

I can tell you now the shows that resonated with me were Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Maison Martin Margiela, Balmain, Louis Vuitton, and Saint Laurent.

Stay tune, and thanks for your patience!