Second day at 080 Barcelona Fashion, exploring always new fashion designer, here’s the work of designer Edgar Carrascal:The starting point is the mood in which I feel: I feel free and full of yearning, and I love to experience the freedom of the Duke, the man who is sent to the vastness of the sky tinted yellow in the photographs. R. Jr. Gurrey That sense of freedom to be suspended as a hawk on summer days when the sun’s rays golden stained our thoughts. For me, the costumes and expressive man hardened to life was full amplitude, wisdom and intuition. Mixed pieces of different lengths and abuses white, the yellow or green jade butter.
Showing us he has a good old-fashioned sense of humour and knows how to poke a bit of fun at himself – or celebrate himself, or both – Giorgio Armani sent out a winner of a T-shirt among his Spring/Summer 2017 collection today: a black and white smiling portrait of himself, worn with a loose and light jacket as per the rest of the collection. It was fun and funny and deserved the on-cue clapping it so got. Because this was the piece!
At 080 Barcelona Fashion, which this year is held in the Llotja de Mar in Barcelona, and at the door to find the Batmobile has surprised everyone, both those specifically directed to the catwalk and those who just passed Over there. The spectacular car used in the films has been one of the surprises prepared for presentation Punto Blanco on Tuesday.
Habitually, Giorgio Armani takes his runway bows in Milan sporting navy—a sweater or a T-shirt. The hue was the linchpin of his Fall 2016 collection, as it has underpinned his career and the wardrobe of the Armani man. Why? Because navy is classic, unobtrusive, and universally appealing, all timeless hallmarks of the Armani aesthetic.
Photographer Milan Vukmirovic turns his attention to models Juan Betancourt, River Viiperi, Parker Gregory, Barrett Pall, Vince Sant, Nate Garner, Christian Hogue, Walter Savage, Lucas Kerr, Dan Murphy, Lucas Loyola, Eian Scully, Matthew Noszka, Seth Kuhlmann and Julian Schneyder for a beauty story in the most recent edition of Fashion For Men #RETURNOFTHEMALESUPERMODEL. Going nude or shirtless in underwear, the models portray modern male beauty with essential black & white portraits.