As SUPERANDREY changed Milan for Paris, so did fashion. The gentlemen seen in Italy transformed into young rebels looking neat, yet not afraid of playing with clothes.
Acne, the show SUPERANDREY opened, represented a breath of fresh air with all the clothes looking rich, rich, rich, while screaming “fake, fake, fake” at the same time. Fake furs, leatherette, polyester. So did the collection designed by Kris Van Assche, who dared to combine workwear with more formal clothes in one outfit, or the line done by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the designers of Kenzo, who – inspired by Steve Jobs – created very wearable pieces embodying the confident and successful generation of young men growing up during the Internet boom.
A little bit more daring and let’s say sophisticated designs were to be found on the catwalks of Damir Doma, Bill Gaytten – the current designer of John Galliano, Wooyoungmi or Julius. Dark and somehow minimal. Nevertheless, they managed to keep the mood of preceding collections, and as a result, all the Parisian shows SUPERANDREY walked somehow suggested that one does not necessarily have to look super polished to be gentle.
Enjoy the pictures below, gentlemen, and get inspired.