The Lanvin man's spring/summer silhouette... consists of high-waisted pants, tailored short shorts and diner shirts, presented in generous helpings of linear and voluminous options.
Influence from the '50s... was prominently referenced in the greased-up, slicked-back hairdos — possibly created with the heavy use of Brylcreem.
The stand out styling trick to try next season... is the one-sided pushed-up sleeve which evokes a sense of je ne sais quoi.
What looked like fringingcon T-shirts, coats and scarves... were actually loose threads deliberately undone for a lived-in look.
This was vintage attire at its best. Our favourite look was (Look 3) with its slouchy drop-shoulder blazer worn over an oversized tank top and slim-cut trousers. Well-executed with no frills.
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