Presenting a new baby face boy Carlos Gajón in “Tender Wilderness” by Jose Luis Lozano.
First Looks at The Nautica Fall 2017 Fashion Presentation. That’s a wrap!
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The love affair between Nautica and the seafaring life continued to move ahead under men’s creative director Steve McSween. “This is the modern Riviera,” he said. “We’re imagining a tailored traveler and the balance between sport and leisure in his life.”
The stage was set before the show started with an opening video of the sea that morphed into a collage of buildings and bridges.
This juxtaposition of the water and the city was the inspiration for Nautica’s fall collection, whose new marching order is: “Inspired by the sea, designed in the city.”
Nautica is stripping down for spring. Under the direction of new men’s designer Steve McSween, the brand offered up a presentation that focused on the core of its DNA: bathing suits, rain jackets and nautical-inspired sweaters.
Photography by Tim Zaragoza, supermodel Tomas Skoloudik fronts the new pages of the Spring/Summer 2015 edition of El Libro Amarillo. Tomas perfectly stylish in casual summer outfits currently available at Mexican department store El Palacio de Hierro.
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