Dear Diane and Shaded Viewers,
The second day at Paris Mens Fashion Week brought back to the balance. The attitude. The silhouette. The layering. Similarities and differences in shows and approaches. Confident masculine consumers stimulated by elaborated Juun J. and Thierry Mugler highlighted to either love or hate.
Blaak showed a very wearable collection, it was subtle and gentle. Fine developed details in garments and fibers, ocassional bright colours and a edgy young mood crossed the collection.
The Mugler man has been redefined by Rosemary Rodriguez to envisage a natural class gangster dandy. Little specific in appearence the image did not achieved charm.
Gloomy monochromatic atmosphere with mysteriously worked layerings and repetitions. Rick Owens model choice was precise and punkish. Precious leather surrounding.
Juun J. played with the looseness of trousers, slim silhouettes for coats and a lots of space for capes. The confidence was truly visible in creating an accessory collection with Chris&Tibor and the 'futuritage' sportive debut line of sunglasses in collaboration with Linda Farrow.