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CONTENTS
fashions from the runway
Emporio Armani
Milano Moda Uomo S/S 2012
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Alexander McQueen
Bally
Giuliano Fujiawara
Bottega Veneta
Burberry Prorsum
Calvin Klein
Canali
Corneliani
Costume National Homme
D&G
Daniele Alessandrini
Dirk Bikkembergs
Dolce & Gabbana
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Emporio Armani
Enrico Coveri
Ermanno Scervino
Ermenegildo Zegna
Etro
Frankie Morello
Gazzarrini
Giorgio Armani
Gucci
Iceberg
Jil Sander
John Richmond
John Varvatos
Missoni
Moncler Gamme Bleu
Moschino
Neil Barrett
Nicole Farhi
Ports1961
Prada
Pringle of Scotland
Roberto Cavalli
Salvatore Ferragamo
Siviglia
Trussardi
Versace
Vivienne Westwood
Z Zegna
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Agnes B
Ann Demeulemeester
Bill Tornade
Cerruti
Comme des Garcons
Dior Hommes
Dries Van Noten
Givenchy
HenriK Vibskov
Hermes
Issey Miyake
Jean Paul Gaultier
John Galliano
Junya Watanabe
Juun J
Kenzo
Kris Van Assche
Lanvin
Louis Vuitton
Maison Martin Margiela
Paul Smith
Victor & Rolf
Yohji Yamamoto
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Mode Paris S/S 2012
Yves Saint Laurent
3.1 Philip Lim
Acne
Adam Kimmel
Arnys
Bernhard Willhelm
Christian Lacroix
Qasimi Homme
Raf Simons
Rick Owens
Rynshu
Smalto Homme
Thom Browne
Damir Doma
Ehud
Gustavo Lins
John Lawrence Sullivan
Petar Petrov
Roland Mouret
Steffe Christiaens
Vier5 fashion department
Walter Van Beirendonck
Wooyougmi
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WFM Fashion from the Runway S/S 2012
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Set against a darkened-warehouse backdrop, a pulsating, sixties
vibe dominated at Alexander McQueen. The Modish appeal of
black boots, two-toned shoes and bomber jackets, paired with
striking, monochrome checks and standout stripes, succinctly
captured Sarah Burtons English rock inspiration. Tactile elements
were injected with loose-fitting pants and shots of shimmery
Persian red and amber velvet, while fitted trousers, blazers and
dark shades effused retro cool.
Alexander
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Alexander McQueen
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Milan S/S 2012
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A vacation mood took hold at Bally, as models on the verge of a
journey posed around a biplane, surrounded by luggage in rust red
and battleship grey. Taking inspiration from the 50s, Hers and Fidler
paired tailored shorts with bulky knits and fne sweaters with ftted,
cropped pants. Slick side parts, loafers and sandals fuelled the
sense of nostalgia, while a stylish freshness was imbued by leather
jackets in Carolina blue.
Bally
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Bally
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For his latest presentation, creative director Masataka Matsumura
played with contradictions to craft a collection of cool streetwear.
Shimmering, redwood boiler suits were cropped at the ankle and
paired with crisp, white shirts and skinny, black ties, while boxy,
black lab coats and fine, charcoal suits were worn with bowties
and beanies.
Masataka Matsumura

Giuliano Fujiawara
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Thomas Maier paraded funky, striped shirts under slim-fit suits
in steely-blue plaid and rumpled shades of grey and beige. More
casual elements were introduced with stand-up collars, patch
pockets and hip, monochrome knits, before giving way to tight-ftting
leathers patched with strips of denim. For a burst of colour, cerulean
checks bound the torso and swirling, motley prints fell into fabulous,
straight-cut pants.
Thomas Maier

Bottega Veneta
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By pairing brilliant graphics with 70s caps in burnt orange and olive
green, Christopher Bailey went on a wild ride far beyond the bounds
of modern traditionalism. Cropped jackets rode up jonquil sweaters,
while leather coats engulfed skinny pants. Attention to detail sent
brilliant mandalas spinning across knitwear, shorts and shirts, and
saw Aztec-like prints whirling across shoe tops.
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Burberry Prorsum
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Describing his latest collection as American sportswear with a
modern take, creative director Italo Zucchelli played with texture
and proportion to create baggy sweatpants that worked equally well
with both tailored jackets and fitted tanks. Dark denim and sleek,
icy-white suits offered more-streamlined silhouettes, while aureolin
cotton jersey interspersed with shiny shots of taupe and aqua blue
infused subtle streaks of colour.
ItaloZucchelli

Calvin Klein
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Models emerging from an ornate archway to the strains of modern
sitar music set the scene for Eastern infuences on the Canali runway,
as Indian panache instilled tailored pieces with disarming charm.
Cuffed pants cut from electric blue were teamed with fne-knit, azure
tunics, tailored jackets were worn with moccasins and Nehru collars
graced unbuttoned shirts. Meanwhile, silky, fringed scarves added a
luxe fnish.
Canali

Canali
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At Corneliani, models traversed a desert landscape in a heady mix of
sartorial splendour and spirited casual attire. While classic suits worn
with ties and lace-ups sported new-wave briefcases and pocket
handkerchiefs, fedoras and tailored pants were paired with zippered
coats, puce sweaters and loose-knit cardigans. Meanwhile, tugging
frmly at the cords of adventure, belted, suede safari jackets took to
the sand with desert boots and snakeskin totes.
Corneliani

Corneliani
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Fired by rockabilly, Ennio Capasa created cool images inspired
by the high energy of the early rock and roll era. On the runway,
models with tousled hair paraded a medley of stovepipes, two-
toned shoes, collarless, plaid jackets and edgy, zippered tunics to
the beat of Walk the River by Guillemots. Remaining true to rocks
sombre palette, Capasa worked predominantly with gunmetal grey
and solid black, shot with invigorating ripples of rich carnelian.
Ennio Capasa

GuillemotsWalk the River
Capasa

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Nonchalant and sexy are two words that best describe D&Gs fnal
menswear show. Through masterful tailoring, Domenico Dolce and
Stefano Gabbana melded heraldic silks with treated denim to create
a collection that pulsated with sensual energy. Fine, silk panels
draped from heavy waistbands and tough, slashed jeans were
tempered by fluttery, open-necked shirts. Worn loafers and cool
fedoras added instant chic appeal.
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Domenico DolceStefano Gabbana

D & G
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Far from the restrained look of last season, for Spring/Summer
2012, Daniele Alessandrini created star-spangled ensembles in vivid
orange, dazzling sunglow and shades of brilliant sky blue. Honing
the unconventional vibe, sweaters buttoned at the shoulder and
vibrant, contrasting belts drew attention to waists, while brightly-
laced sneakers reinforced the collections casual air.
Daniele Alessandrini 2012

Daniele Alessandrini
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This season saw yet another change in direction for Dirk Bikkemberg
as he focussed on swimming for his latest sportswear couture
collection. Sleek one-pieces enveloped by luxurious robes were
accessorized with slippers, racing caps, goggles and draping
towels. Beyond the pool, collarless bombers with zippered fronts
created an edgy appeal, star motifs radiated casual cool and tailored
jackets garnered an air of sophistication.
Di r k Bi k k e mb e r g

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Amid the classic, dark suits, crisp, white shirts and lean, black ties,
Dolce and Gabbana broke from the polished look to create eclectic
pieces. Mesh sweaters with belted trousers, boiler suits worn over
teal shirts, cropped, hooded jackets and transparent overlays
worked together to instill the collection with a casual air. Meanwhile,
the addition of two-toned lace-ups ensured that refinement was
never far from hand.
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Dean and Dan Caten took their audience on a journey from the
fjords of Norway to Mykonos and beyond. Norwegian fshermens
chic translated into ftted jeans worn with brightly-coloured, slouchy
layers, patchwork jackets and beanies, while the Greek islands
stripped away the layers to reveal cropped trousers and T-shirts. To
complete the journey, glam rock took hold, replacing holiday garb
with stovepipe trousers, skinny ties and dapper, ftted jackets.
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Working primarily with shades of grey, Giorgio Armani created
a fabulous collection of casual suits with quirky finishes. Classic
jackets shimmered in charcoal edged with translucent trim, were
moulded from black leather or were cast from mottled fabrics.
Meanwhile, sheer shirts were worn with dark ties or supplanted by
transparent tops and crinkly T-shirts. To fnish, duffel bags and two-
toned knitwear accentuated the relaxed air.
Giorgio Armani

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Banishing the greys of last season, for Spring/Summer 2012,
Enrico Coveri embraced a profusion of colour that he crafted into
adroitly-tailored jackets paired with cuffed shorts and ankle-length
trousers. Lavender and lilac were interspersed by slices of deep
aqua and spring green. To complete the colour explosion, jackets
in gold and pants in fuchsia were succeeded by foral suits and
gorgeous, paisley prints.
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Enrico Coveri
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A nonchalant air with a seductive undertow prevailed at Ermanno
Scervino as ruffled, grey suits worn with open-necked shirts and
oversized kerchiefs made way for deep-V sweaters, rolled cuffs and
fedoras. Slouchy knitwear and driving gloves lent the collection a
sense of outdoor activity, while crumpled shirts and stubbled chins
reverberated with lazy-Sunday appeal.
Ermanno Scervino

Ermanno Scervino
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