After his first Courrèges collection for women last March, artistic director Nicolas Di Felice goes in fast and hard, launching the house’s first men’s collection in 35 years – André Courrèges himself made men’s clothing from around 1973 to the mid-1980s. It should be noted that this collection marks Di Felice’s first time adventuring outside of womenswear.
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The thirteen looks from the men’s wardrobe – presented at the same time as the women’s collection – were in the same vein of Courrèges’s minimalist aesthetics but with references to clubbing culture.
Close to the body, modern, elegant and minimal, the silhouettes standed out from the oversized and unisex ones seen since the start of fashion week. There were vinyl tank tops, ribbed knit pants, leather coats, graphic-cut bodysuits, straight-cut denim, vinyl pants perfect for dancing over the night on the dancefloor, coats and desirable jackets in leather, but also a little black jacket in a ’60s-inspired boxy cropped style with three pockets. As for the palette of colors, it was very sober, remaining in neutral monochromatic tones with beige, white, black, brown and blue.
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