COm­ing up FOR AiR

VOGUE Hommes International (English) - - OLIVIER LALANNE LOÏC PRIGENT - SHOW­STOp­pERS 2 5 6 7 8 9 10

is the New Tes­ta­ment of the Show­stopHOOd By AiR per page, and the 37 looks of the brand’s most re­cent cat­walk show make Thom Browne look like a Swiss banker, and Bern­hard Willhelm like a re­pressed di­vin­ity pro­fes­sor. Look num­ber 16 summed it all up: a thin, white polo–neck em­bla­zoned with the brand logo, worn with a pair of zipped and ripped trousers, black shoes dipped in egg yolk, and a furry lit­tle bag sported on the fore­arm ( win­ner of the 2016 gong for most mind­bend­ing man–bag ). Plus a leather tail­coat, and the oblig­a­tory dummy, just the thing for a job in­ter­view at HSBC or to con­vince your gran that you should in­herit the fam­ily pile in­stead of your fawn trench–coat–wear­ing sis­ter.

OB­jEcT OF dE­SiRE But­ton brooches and leather– sheathed

keys lOuiS VuiT­TOn Mul­ti­ple shades of pur­ple by VER­SAcE,

per­fect for you morn­ing lard– buy­ing ex­cur­sion in, er, Mi­ami. The printed, crotch– level crown

of thorns by HAidER Ack­ER­mAnn, be­cause, well, this

is my body, take it and eat it. The pleated trousers from HOOd By

AiR: to­tally ir­re­sistible, with their lit­tle yel­low belt that qui­etly

gives the sys­tem the fin­ger. FEndi’S sil­ver back­pack with

its white fur pompom, one of the sim­ple things in life.

The bowler cap, by ROBERT gEllER. The very or­di­nary red T– shirt

by cRAig gREEn. Ex­cept that it has a sleeve­less

cut and the shoul­ders are raised above the head , with

a small slash for the eyes and a white dot at so­lar plexus

level. Min­i­mal, yes, but so cool you can wear it with the plainest of black



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