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Lions not Dandies for Men’s SS07

Innovation

Menswear Shows are underway in Paris and everyone's acclaiming the return of the dandy. PSFK however has found more Lions on the catwalk in Paris...

Simon King, London Denim
  • 3 july 2006

Menswear Shows are underway in Paris and everyone’s acclaiming the return of the dandy.  PSFK however has found more Lions on the catwalk in Paris and Milan than Dandies.  YSL’s show giving us more of the same clean lines and highly developed silhouettes which we saw with McQueen in Milan. In Milan Kim Jones and Junya Watanabe demonstrated that all over print can translate from the street to the catwalk whilst retaining an element of alpha male which typically Galliano took overboard in Paris giving us his vision of Alpha Males preening themselves with rock hard abs and blue steel looks.   

For SS2007 PSFK advises look to be a confident lion with a with fantastic mane rather than a tired old re-re-reinvented dandy!

Refer to Vogue’s fantastic show guide for your look at Milan and Paris.

YSL – Paris
Galliano
Watanabe
McQueen
Kim Jones – We Love – Fantastic

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