Building upon past seasons, the latest collection from Butterflysoulfire takes the strengths of recent years and blends them together for a dynamic spring outing in which draping takes great prominence. Reflecting the dark and light aspects of the Berlin-based label, Christoph Voy photographs this season’s lookbook, which features Izaio model Philip Yves with makeup by Steffen Seeger. Striking a delicate balance between fluid softness and an undeniable masculine soul, Butterflysoulfire designers Maria Thomas and Thoas Lindner take their signature silhouettes to the next level with a clever spring outing that manages to incorporate fur and leather. Maintaining a light progression with unexpected ingredients, Thomas and Linder craft a collection of loose silhouettes and a penetrating style that evokes romantic images of today’s nomad.
The show MUST go on. The great one is gone but NEVER forgotten. RIP A. McQueen.
Check out McQueen’s new resort ’11 collection, nice huh ? This collection has a lot of variety this time, everything just fits together so nicely. Not too too much and not too little, just right. The dark look that he always has going on will never die to me, I feel like thats sort of his signature look sometimes; gotta love it !
Made for the man on the go, a sense of urgency was felt at the latest show for Lanvin as textures reigned supreme. Dark, light and rushed together, the image of luxury was not a focus as ensembles of great interest and diversity came together. From sheer tops and knit vests to paneled outerwear, the Lanvin man took flight in an eclectic array that was difficult to unravel, but nevertheless engaging. Rounding off with chunky jewelery that possessed a certain ancient quality, designer Lucas Ossendrijver molded one of the best standout collections of the season.
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