Men’s ready to wear collection for fall 2011 currently showcased at Paris menswear show has upgraded men’s latest trends in a more classy and stylish manner than before. More cleanly tailoring lines, sophistication of style and great details are the focus of many international fashion designers exclusively for men at this fashion show.
Louis Vuitton, Thierry Mugler and Rick Owens were the fashion designers presenting their men’s ready to wear fall 2011 collection more in black while others presented a blend of appealing colors in their collection. Though whatever was set on fashion ramp of Paris men’s show was aimed with proficiency and dexterity for men’s latest style and trend yet the three here are more prominent for a versatile men’s RTW Fall 2011 collection.
Louis Vuitton Men’s RTW Fall 2011
Men’s grooming is the question this fall that has been more fashionably answered by Louis Vuitton Men’s RTW Fall 2011 collection. Though thoroughly dyed in black, this collection is unique in style and tailoring lines bashed with lapel-free jackets having curves at front, velvet panels, belted and mimicking cardigans, sun-bleached corduroys and boxy bleached beaver jackets. Evening jackets carrying detachable puffer vests and sport-chic coats are also elegant to move on with.
Dries Van Noten Men’s RTW Fall 2011
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten with this fall’s military trend for men rocked at the ramp of Paris menswear show. A battalion wearing navy jackets and belted overcoats appeared sophisticatedly one after the other. Slim-line Crombies or pea styles with removable fur collars and lapels along inner nylon shells in opposite colors added this luxurious collection. Dries Van Noten was the man with innovation who disguised military trend into party wear for men.
Thierry Mugler Men’s RTW Fall 2011
Men’s fashion trends with more masculinity and style is the trademark of Thierry Mugler Men’s RTW Fall 2011 collection that is hit for this fall. Sharp-shouldered suits and coats precisely stitched with complete details are specificity of Nicola Formichetti, Mugler’s new creative director presenting Men’s RTW Fall 2011 on Paris menswear show. Bright orange and blue dresses, velvet snaps and zippers are also latest bash to be grabbed as men’s ready to wear collection for fall 2011.