From the runways in Milan the men's shows had brought a wide array of silhouettes. I'm glad to say that the vibe for Spring 2015 is a mix of relaxed sophistication. These are some looks that stood out to me as great representations of what we can look forward to from Bottega Veneta and John Varvatos' collections.
"The collection was very much inspired by the body in movement. I wanted to convey a certain freedom, athleticism and ease," says Creative Director Tomas Maier.
|Not completely convinced on the short suit trend? Just hike-up your pants.|
|An unlined blazer is a great piece for spring.|
|Love this more sporty look.|
“I wanted to take formal ideas inspired by evening pieces and approach them with a casual attitude for the day time, exploring a new idea of youthful and sexy elegance,” says John Varvatos.
|Keeping in light with off-whites and grays.|
|Elegant but not uptight.|
|Textures are such a big part of the looks.|
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Men’s Fashion Week | John Varvatos S/S 2015
By Calvin A. Walker
“I wanted to take formal ideas inspired by evening pieces and approach them with a casual attitude for the day time, exploring a new idea of youthful and sexy elegance,” designer John Varvatos says about his Spring/Summer 2015 collection.