Paris Men’s Fashion Week: Yohji Yamamoto, Louis Vuitton
Yohji Yamamoto presented a new collection of spring-summer 2018 season as part of the Men’s Fashion Week in Paris. This time the brand did not change its traditions and showed Japanese motifs in the clothing line. Also, the collection was quite easy, thanks to free silhouettes and natural fabrics.
“The wardrobe of a man consists of trousers, jackets and shirts, but their variations should be different,” – commented designer Yohji Yamamoto.
The creation of the designer’s collection was inspired by the ideology of Buddhism. On the T-shirts you could see the inscriptions “Too old to die” or “I’m gifted”. Together with exclusively male elements of the wardrobe on the podium appeared dresses in the floor with translucent fabric, shirts with portraits of actress Eiko Koike, expressionist prints.
Fashion House Louis Vuitton presented the men’s collection in Paris. The atmosphere of the show and the elements of the collection reminded of the hot summer and the holiday season. Creative director Kim Jones has created a fairly conservative line, where there are no bright and extravagant things. Only some accents in the form of catchy prints with exotic plants, accessories with symbols of tribes or sporting losin, as surfers remind of a hot season.
At the heart of the collection are men’s suits of dark shades, loose trousers with a high fit, office shirts, sweaters.
“Panama and Hawaiian shirts in the style of the main character of the movie” Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas “, jumper, similar to wetsuits and leather veloshorty, raincoats and parks oversize, as well as trousers-culottes – the new men’s collection of Louis Vuitton is far from the classic works of Kim Jones, creative director of Menswear direction. But, in fact, after the collaboration of Louis Vuitton and Supreme, it became clear that the strict suits-triples and carpet bags were in the past “- left a comment about the collection Vogue.