As I mentioned on a previous post, the all denim look is classic and casual, and D&G proved it once more. The shirt is very reminiscent of those cowboy styled shirts from the 70s. On this collection D&G used some T-Shirts that were remakes of iconic Fiorrucci T-Shirts from the 70s.
Calvin Klein can be defined in two words this season: sleek elegance. The striped jacket on the first photo is identical to one I saw on a 70s magazine, the whole outfit is brilliant, and combines perfectly crisp white with some sand tones. The grey suit is one of my favorites, the fit, the fact is uses a T-Shirt beneath. The later is a trend I spotted on almost all of the collections, they seem to pay tribute to Don Johnson in Miami Vice by using V-Necks or T-Shirts beneath the jackets, a really cool option and an unexpensive one that allows you to wear a jacket/suit in many ways.
Versace was all about the All-White look this summer, paired with some sandals and bulky fiber belts. I just like how they paired up a very 70s inspired jacket (a modern version of a Safari jacket without the belt) with a Hindu tunic.
Trussardi was an all basic and classic collection, with lots of 70s vibes. Light colors and fabrics, ethnic motiffs complete the look. Less is more.
Bottega Veneta's approach to the jacket with jeans look was awesome, ideal for a Casual Friday at the office or for any ocassion. To make it formal the jeans were dark colored. They used both straight and peacoat jackets (very 60s Mod).
Also from this house of fashion we get an outfit that reminds me of men's bathing suits back in the late 60s and 70s when they consisted of a short sleeved shirt that matched with the trunks. Something to wear at the beach this summer.