I think the Andrea Pompilio collection, even though we have seen many of the silhouettes before, has a lot of DETAILS in it that are visual interesting, and it come off as looking Designer. The sewing details, quilting, color ways, etc, all give a refined elegance to these outfits. The looks are ALL wearable, by the fashion forward man, and won’t SCARE the timid man who is AFRAID of style.
It’s been a while since my last visit to the site and today, voilĂˇ! I got these beautiful shots from this amazing show! I loved Andrea’s work, she’s so clever and so up to date, I mean, I guess she is that ‘plus’ men’s wear were needing in the italian fashion industry!
Great pictures Scott, the site is wornderful as usual!
Mostly I see fabulous examples of style here. Many are not my personal taste, but are aesthetically stunning, nonetheless. This batch of looks struck me as shockingly ugly. Terrible lines, no grace, no movement, horrible proportions. Can’t we do silly and playful without making an entire outfit look awkward? Seems to me aesthetics were compromised here to appear clever and forward. None of these men look good in their clothes. Their clothes are wearing them, and it looks like they got into a fight on the playground. Not hot.
I HATE the fit of these pants. I am tired to death of low riding, too short pants. The whole nerdy thing is done done done!!!! UGLY I am seeing a return of longer, sleeker cut and thats is a good thing. This needs to go away now.