Kris Van Assche plays on pattern for the Fall/Winter 2014 collection. One of the notable pieces from the collection included galatic ships appliqued onto shirts and sweaters. Clearly to spotted that Kis Van Asschhe focussing on a palette of coll blue, gray, black and mustard on sharply tailored roundup of jackets, pants, and button-up shirts. It's still retained the clean and modern look. 

Korean menswear designer Juun.J creates his unique of deconstruction, combining sharply-tailored men's formalwear and his basic design concept always "classic and tailoring", which he effortlessly combines with streetwear. For his Fall/Winter 2014 collection, ultra-wide shoulder with sleeker silhouettes blazers, all-leather suit with colors like navy and olive green were a break from the heavy use of black. The finale's procession of graphic coats is becoming a staple for Juun.J and featured jackets with graphics created by Josh Luke. 

Boris Bidjan Saberi took an adventure for his Fall/Winter 2014 collection. Mixed leather with wool to create a versatile jacket paired with oversized shorts. Mismatched suits gave the collection a youthful feel, with jackets tapering at the edge.

Bill Gaytten's design for John Galliano's Fall/Winter 2014 collection. The white was playful and youthful, with finger painting applique seen on slender jackets. Yet spotted metallic fabrics on oversized anoraks and raincoats. 

Kenzo gave way to beautiful barrange of colors. Co-creative director Carol Lim and Humberto Leon made good works at Kenzo Fall/Winter 2014 collection with oversized coats, many with roll necks paired with geometric patterns on suits and knits. Bold graphics and patterns provided a dynamic contrast and all inspired by steelworks and their uniform. 

Julius hit the caywalk for Fall/Winter 2014 collection with label's signature color palette dressing a mix of tailored and draped garments. Julius sharp tailoring once again stole the show with extreme slouchy and draped crotches, super chin jackets and great outerwear.

Dior Homme created director, Kris Van Assche released the Fall/Winter 2014 collection consisting of new elements to its synonymous chic, smart casual designs. Fur in the form of outerwear, pinstripes suits paired a strong modern casual look alongside decadent overcoat, transitioning into a fun conflict of polka dots.Kris Van Assche cemented a smart collection. 

Lucas Ossendrijuer and Alber Elbaz took a look at the 1980s for Lanvin's Fall/Winter 2014 collection. The collection had on strong Saint Laurent feel to it with long scarves and a punk vibe on skinny models with shaved heads, But Ossendrijuer and Elbaz at the helm, it is still Lanvin. The boxy suiting and the slouchy, youthful tailoring was seen on oversized utilitarian coats, one-button suit paired with pink trainers, pinstriped suit paired with electric blue sneakers and colorful patterns on the sweater. This collection was 100% Lanvin

Evangeline Yan


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