Wednesday, 19 March 2014

PFW | Fashion of Proportions - Cerruti Menswear FW14 Review

With heritage in luxury designs and accessories, Cerruti's ready-to-wear menswear at Paris Fashion Week for the AW14 season drew inspiration from muted dark hues. The show's highlight was in the creative approach to proportions in a look. Long and draped-over coats paired with cropped pants transformed the ideas of Spring into Autumn. I really enjoyed the drop crotch pants together with a fitted jumper - the contrast in the look is so understatedly cool. Sophistication in the collection lies in the prints and cutting. Timeless big checks and houndstooth in a classy brown blanketed the models on the runway.

Layering was definitely an important theme in the show. The play with proportions and lengths continue - some of the jackets over long coats were interesting but impractical and somewhat nonsensical.

Taking the pieces more individually, it's easier to find something that will satisfy anyone. For Cerruti, it's also important to not forget about the accessories. Nostalgic but modern sunglasses really shows off the feel of Cerruti designs.

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