^ Spurr SS10
Robert Geller, he of the grungy and seductively dark aesthetic, seemed to lighten-up somewhat for SS10. Inspired by the spirit of Germans vacationing by the North Sea with a sense of post-war calm, he fashioned a collection of sheer cottons, bright-hued nylons and denim that ran the colour-gamut from blues to mustard. The signature poetic sombreness made an appearance too, however, in dark leathers and some seriously covetable black tulle pins/brooches.
^ Robert Geller SS10
Is there another designer helming the NY menswear revolution to such an extent as the unabashed and somewhat subversive showman, Thom Browne? I don’t reckon so. From spacey sportswear to almost clownish collegiate pieces (see those gargantuan-polka-dot blazers) this man is full-on menswear magic. Save for the painted lips, the too-short skorts and a few other theatrical enhancements added purely for runway purposes, I’d wear any piece in a heartbeat.
^ Thom Browne SS10
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Well you are right London should be more interesting and of course Paris is always the most important city's fashion week.By the way Thom Browne looks are really weird -.-
the Spurr looks are so dapper!!!but yeah i agree with plast!c…Thom Browne's looks are really out-there. and in a horrible way. what's up with that mask!?!?!