Well, as far as I am concerned, no visible GQ fare present or accounted for, Sir.
They say that clothes make the man but they appear to be a few yards short in this case.
Perhaps, they lacked the material (Pun intended.
There was a GENERAL (saluting and typing here) theme of Military with a dash (a very florid one at that) of ‘secret agent man’ thrown in for measure.
Balmain featured what I guess would be termed (even in Galliano Parlance) as Drunken French Sailor as the theme du jour.
Rick Owens doled out pretty predictable fare as he seems to design really only one joint collection whether you are shopping men or women.
Balenciaga advertised with a pretty man guarding a stack of pipes—pause with wonderment……
Dries Van Notens’ Lads–well, slapdance aside–the pants length, expanse, of ankle and shoes says it all. There’s gonna be a lot of scratching and biting in this quarrel.
Thom Browne’s model would probably look fine if they would let him out of Detention early so that he could rob the 7/11 and get on with it.
Well, Someone needs to tell Comme des Garçons that actually, this is NOTHING que Comme des Garçons …..
I do wonder how much of the spin actually sells the merchandise–I guess if I were in one of the five boroughs (Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx aside) I’d understand.