I recently discovered a brand called Officine Generale. It was only founded in 2012 which makes it relatively new however the clothes weren’t anything that hasn’t been seen before. The FW2015 collection was, in fact incredibly classic and ageless wearable by all types of men and for all occasions. It was tailored and fitted featuring work and casual looks using tones of blue, green and grey. Essentially it’s what I believe a lot of men want – to be able to go to one brand and buy (if, financially able) the entire collection, as it incorporates all the fundamental pieces needed for a man’s wardrobe.
The fall winter 2015 Burberry Prorsum menswear had a bohemian inspired collection. But it was far from hippie, in fact, it was classic and casual looking by pairing bohemian patterned shirts with tailored trousers and finished with printed scarves, a pair of framed glasses and a shopper or fringed clutch bag. The colours and prints combined created a sleek and dapper style incredibly wearable making a dull winter colourful.
Last weekend I met up with friends in Taipei, who I had originally met when I was at university in England. I hadn’t seen them in a while so it was nice to catch up after the four years since we graduated! I had so much fun with them and it felt like I was back at university being carefree and reminiscing about the good old days.
A few days prior to meeting up, I came up with the spontaneous idea of putting an outfit together and asking my friends to take some pictures, to which they agreed. We picked a random street in Taipei after our Italian meal – and so here are the photos that I picked out:
For the Alexander Wang’s show, sportswear was a huge inspiration for the season – skin turtleneck tops, netted and meshes fabrics, as well as bomber jackets were all seen on the runway. The colours and prints on the tops, jackets and dresses were bold and creative, which gave the outfits a strong statement finish.