‘’Today I’m at a point where I have to rethink what’s going to happen in the future’’, the designer said.
His latest effort felt indeed a new beginning for the brand, playing a restrained palette of solids, including black, white, grey, punctuated by sorbet tones such as baby blue, pink and pale pink. There were plenty of comfy options, with cuffed sweatpants and hooded tops worn with perfecto jackets and high-top trainers. Tailoring, too, had a sporty attitude with blazers featuring zippered pockets and drawstrings pants.
- Trevor Noah covers WSJ. Magazine September 2020 Men’s Style by Gioncarlo Valentine
- Simone Rocha – Spring/Summer 2021 – London Fashion Week
- Vera van Erp by Anouk Hart for L’Officiel Mexico September 2020