Copenhagen Fashion Week S/S15 – Jean // Philip

Asymmetrical masculinity

by Jean//Phillip

DSCF0299Image Courtesy of Linus Morales

Jean//Phillip sticks to highlighting the masculine shapes through classic menswear silhouettes and well-tailored garments. His Spring/Summer 2015 collection focuses on transparency, hanging straps, and nylon surfaces. The inspiration is the samurai towards which he created details with strong referential power. This is emphasized through the usage of a powerful red colour, the zig-zag and asymmetrical cuts and the sandals.  Instead of V-necks, the shirts all include U-shaped necklines. Besides this, the inspiration is also translated in a mysterious way through the foggy Japanese landscapes presented in the prints. And to fully complete the collection, the tight face mask exposed the designers feel for couture. The transparency is achieve through large loops in the airy knitwear sweaters and in the choice of fabric, including transparent nylon. The whole feeling is summer breeze with a lot of  weightlessness. Minimalistic, yet edgy, Jean//Phillip certainly caught our attention throughout the whole fashion show.

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_g7z4395Catwalk Photos by Copenhagen Fashion Week

DSCF0319Image Courtesy of Linus Morales