Menswear trend 2013 : Explosion of colours (with itws)

Colour energizes the summer wardrobe. A true antidote to gloom, it applies to the masculine wardrobe.
The suit is found in unexpected colours,from poppy, colbat blue, fuchsia, canary yellow to emerald green... A true rainbow...
Frida Giannini, draws from a very Gucci palette, for a Riviera style echoing the 60's.
In summer hues, blue takes over. In a total look for sportswear or more dressy silhouettes.
Outdated tones will also be an excellent addition to bright colours. Saffron yellow announces an ode to the sun colour.
Another alternative, you can also spice up the summer wardrobe by playing with a mix match of colours...
Hermes offers combinations of sophisticated or more contrasted outfits...We note graphic for ensembles highlighting colours.
Fluorescent colours also electrify a sportswear style.
At Burberry we dare iridescent colours, so very English.
A contagious eccentricity is found metalized at Roberto Cavalli, Martin Margiela or Versace. Avoid the total look, too futuristic, and we opt for an iridescent piece that can be matched with a classic.
Summer is suitable for all bold colours!


Music free of right / Bandit & Nikit - 2012

Interview
Frida Giannini : After the Fall/Winter collection which was a bit dark and very intimate, I really wanted something like an explosion of energy, so with this idea I was looking for a color palette which could be very Gucci at the same time.

Paul Smith : In this world which is so troubled a the moment, I wanted a show which is very happy and very colourful. Of course when my customers come to my showroom they can find the navy blue and the black, the more traditional colours, so it’s about the balance between fashion and the everyday.

Christopher Bailey : But I like the idea of shine and sunshine and something very modern and with all the metals and something that made you smile.

Daniele Cavalli : The other theme of the collection was light as an electric explosion, so starting with metal leather piping and finishing with an entirely embroidered metal leather jacket and metal leather shoes.

Veronique Nichanian : I wanted to play with colours, like lime and absinthe, or chromatic colours that are much more sophisticated because playing with lime and a stone colour with a grey tint, gives a rather sophisticated harmony.

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