He uses strong graphics and not-so-typical embellishments, amongst other interesting details on men's garments without fear of any spectator's critique. For example, crochet-lace, and the overall colour palette chosen or mere fabric mixing used as accented slaps your face, so to speak, reminding you to always have fun with fashion. Anderson's collection is unique and wearable, evincing a romanticised version of a modern-punk. Here are a few favourite snapshots below. Enjoy!
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You must give kudos to Wolfgang Joop's imagination, I mean, a bowl full of cherries to me never looked so animated. I absolutely love it! His stunning palette of the addicting hues used in his collection were just enough, and in some ensembles, a bit too much.
Of course, your'e probably thinking..."Who could really pull any of these looks off, whilst walking down the street to grab a routine latte before work?" Contrary to a few fashion spectator's belief you just might be able to work these looks into a wardrobe. (Perhaps, by a casual addition & an obvious subtraction).
Let's face it forthrightly speaking, if you love Joop's style, you aren't just an average person, indeed you are most likely an eclectic, stylish, and pattern mixing, visionary yourself... or want to be! I guess if you didn't fancy this line as much, you could simply go back to executing the, "Less is more" dress phrase.
Here are my Top Picks from Wunderkind's Spring 2011 collection. Enjoy!
Despite the reviews, I'm still a huge Margiela fan. Forever.
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