This was all about a hot summer day roaming around in a convertible car with a hot babe by your side…
Manoviraj Khosla put together candy pinks, curacao blues, citric oranges and yellow to create a vibrant summer palette for casual men's wear.
Crisp slim-fitted and often cropped pants showed elements from utility wear and were equipped with functional, sporty details such as voluminous bellow pockets, flaps and heavy contrasting top stitching as well as silver studs along side seams. The moment the trousers were combined with richly textured shirts a resort-wear-look was achieved, just right for the season.
Shirts had cutwork across the shoulder area and mélange body hugging t-shirts displayed asymmetric appliqué work and randomly placed embroidered motifs.
Strappy vests were loosely worn over classic lightly textured shirts. Sharply cropped jackets as well as boxy blousons were contrasted with advanced surface textures.
A second range of more occasion-wear outfits was created in predominantly dark grays and black in combination with red hues. Interesting were jacquards which were superimposed with strong 3D textures in denim look-a-likes.
Breaking up plain fabrics with subtly placed innovative textures was a strong aspect of this fresh casual menswear program which gave an allover holiday feeling.