Inspired by the work of Hungarian-French Op-Art pioneer Victor Vasarely, Jonathan Saunders took his love of color, print and texture in a decidedly geometric direction. For the shapes, he looked to David Bowie. The combination is crisp and colorful, with an uber-modern feel to it, which is ironic considering the very 20th Century inspirations. We love a menswear collection that doesn’t skimp on texture and pattern. There’s so little to play with in traditional menswear that it’s a delight to see it when a designer gets it right. It’s a really fabulous set of looks.
[Photo Credit: jonathan-saunders.com]