OUR WINTER THEME ‘PROJECTION’ DECLINED FOR THE MEN MARKET
The recent discoveries and space conquests having widened the scope of possibilities, future returns as desirable, and we regain desire to project ourselves into the unseen, into a modern future that would mix elegance and performance.
Time for the classics to get redefined, filtered through elementary futurism, to erase their references, and softly integrate innovations. New proportions, new measures, new shapes and sizes: the dressing room stands in between pragmatic solutions and visionary boldness.
Searching for new ergonomics that would improve urban mobility, material shape themselves into protective covers for a dynamic, shock-proof silhouette.
1. Zaha Hadid’s visionary articulated cell structure 2. Soft shell protection 3. Rocket Ipad 4. Straight fit pants in flexible wool, padded leather/tech jacket... Shock-proof protections, for dynamic projections
Arithmetic accuracy guides a formal research around fair, measured, superfluous-free lines, looking for a relaxed, casual, yet properly calculated style. QED.
1. Geometric rigour in real size, by artist Frank Stella 2. Design in wire, broken lines and visual oscillations 3. Underlined arrhythmia 4. Halfway through houndstooth and pixels, a stylish jacket to wear on clean, soft denim, to become a university physicist with a Star Trek look.
This fantasized expedition for archaeologists from the future is both a conquest of space and a journey to the center of the Earth: meeting new rough, rich surfaces, from basaltic rocks to irradiated splinters.
1. Paleo-futuristic airport designed for galactical tourism 2. Lunar camouflage 3. Lasercut and bond-in 4. High-performance, carbon black 5. Two-color tech backpack 6. Ergonomic padded jacket, with protective asymmetrical sweater and a functional zipped slack for the adventurer geologist 7. A wild ride in space with multiple, functional pockets and kevlar metal jacket