jueves, 2 de septiembre de 2010

Z ZEGNA SPRING 2011 MENSWEAR

JANIS

Following the Ermenegildo Zegna show at La Triennale, the curtains parted to reveal greenery, and cloth covering the glass ceiling was pulled back to reveal sky, instantly changing the atmosphere for the Z Zegnahalf of the presentation. Letting nature in was an apt introduction to a collection that made much of the natural in its color palette (chalk, slate, basalt, terra-cotta) and fabrics (cotton, linen, silk, mohair), and maybe even in its attention to outerwear—you're going to wear a parka outside, aren't you?

NILS BUTLER (WHY NOT MANAGEMENT)

There's something organic about the way Z Zegna has evolved from a technical experiment into something much more genial and human under the stewardship of Alessandro Sartori.

DENNIS

There was still an extraordinary amount of fabric technology in the clothes today (hybridizing different weights and textures of cloth, for instance, or layering super-light fabrics to create a 3-D effect with print), but what was most striking was their folksiness. They all looked well lived in, the jackets slightly roomy, the trousers slim but slouchy. Or maybe it was that terra-cotta with its muddy warmth.

COREY BAPTISTE (D`MANAGEMENT)

BORYS

LEO

ARTHUR

JAMES HAMPSON (FASHION)

ANDRE BENTZER (ELITE)

MELKER

VLADIMIR IVANOV (ELITE)

OSCAR SPENDRUP (ELITE)

DOMINIC

FABIAN

GERHARD FREIDL (I LOVE MODELS)

MARTIN LANDGREVE

CHRIS PULLIAM (FASHION)

ROBIN

TOM P

WENCESLAS

WILLIAM EUSTACE (ELITE)

SEAN HARJU (I LOVE MODELS)

ARAM GEVORGYAN (I LOVE MODELS)

FELIX SCHOPGENS (ELITE)

ROBERT RAE (FASHION)

JEREMY YOUNG (FASHION)

TIM

CLEMENT

JAMIE CONDAY

BORYS STAROSZ (I LOVE MODELS)

THIAGO SANTOS

NICOLAS RIPOLL (WHY NOT MODEL)

HENRIK

ANTHONY MURREL
PAVEL
TOM LANDER

JOHANNES LINDER

THOMAS HOEFNAGELS (ELITE)
DANNY ARTER (FASHION)

JULIAN HENNIG (D`MANAGEMENT)

MALTE

SAM

JAMES SMITH (FASHION)

ADNAN DJINOVIC (FORD)

LINUS GUSTIN (FASHION)

ALESSANDRO SARTORI

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