Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Lanvin Menswear SS10

"Lightness, color, desire-and a lot of work." Those were the words used by Lanvin designer, Alber Elbaz. In my opinion, two words made this collection deliciously fashionable and that is "David Bowie and tie silk!" Sleeveless and fly-front jackets, tiny bows on the necklines and waist, kimono-cute shirts, high-waisted khakis, puff sleeves along with shorts and pants in tie silk make this collection a recipe for success that only Lanvin could provide.

This collection is the epitome of male glamour which, is nothing new for the house of Lanvin. This collection is invitingly sexy and sophisticated. It breathes freedom from the normal, combining a unique mix of innovation and the 80's classic menswear. Below are some looks that I find to be Glam Homme.


Lacoste Menswear SS10

Designer Christophe Lemaire's Spring collection somewhat reflects the idea of being on a yacht out on sea. Crisp whites, navy, black, grays and yellow set the palette for this collection. The sportswear is stylish and classic. Signature Lacoste piping, short shorts, polo's, drawstring pants, and zip-up jackets lined the runway for this label. I am especially fond of the shorts. They are very classic and are a great addition to your sportswear for this spring and summer. Below are key looks taken from the runway show that are sure to represent Glam Homme.

Enjoy the show!

Gilded Age Menswear SS10

These are the top picks from Gilded Age Spring collection chosen to represent Glam Homme.

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