Paul Smith Spring 2015 Menswear Collection

Posted on July 02, 2014

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[Photo Credit: IMAXTree]

    • Mothra

      Those are some very very nice jammies.

      • Linda LaPaz

        You took the very words out of my mouth!

      • Jennifer Bober

        My first thought was “ugh, baggy pajama pants, just what we need.”

      • sienna elm

        But most of the shirts look great and are wearable. The satin bottoms are likely just for the show (hoping!).

      • Brian G. Cox

        Jammies plus a couple of summer scarves in case you get cold lying in bed or around the house. Also, too, I’m pretty sure I saw a lady wearing the sweat-top (#12) in the sauna at the gym just now.

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      One big bowl of meh.

    • Anna

      Johnny Depp cannot wait to get his hands on these.

      • Imasewsure

        I’m seeing it: The Johnny Depp Cabana Collection… I’m pulling out a few of the striped sweaters and some of the plaids and sending them over to Matt Smith though. He will know what to do with these “basics”

        • Anna

          I’m thinking the plaid jacket with the track pants in particular. He just needs to throw gasoline on and run over the t-shirt a few times, add his favourite hat and layer with at least 6 of the scarves from this collection.

    • hughman

      I’M BORED NOW.

      • Thomas

        You find this boring? I like that it’s a little bit weird and artistic, but still wearable. I just don’t like the pajama bottoms.

        • hughman

          It does zero for me personally. Which I found surprising because I have been a huge Paul Smith fan for centuries (esp. his outerwear and accessories). But this? Zzzzz.

          • Thomas

            I love Paul Smith. I think last year’s spring collection was a lot better though.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      I really don’t think boys have worn tbars since AA Milne wrote Now We Are Six and that is fine by me. Also, that print with the clowns with cacti on their heads? Creepy and wrong.

      • Sarah

        I LOVE THOSE SHOES (and I am clearly not Christopher Robin, and also a lady.)

        • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

          I’d like them for me. Just not on boys.

          • Sarah

            Yes, exactly. I really really like chevrons.

          • Bad Idea Jeans

            Me too. Me wanty! If they make them in a men’s 5 or 6, they should fit a size 7 or 8 woman. Just sayin’.

            • Sarah

              I like the socks, too. I am already looking for cheaper versions of them, as I type.

            • mjude

              LOL

            • Bad Idea Jeans

              CHEVRON SOXX!!! :O Need.

        • mjude

          I so love all of the shoes!

        • MilaXX

          I’d wear them in a minute!

        • throwslikeagirl

          T-strap tennies? Terrific!

      • kimmeister

        I cannot figure out what the print is on the 4th look down. The potted succulents are alternating with . . . what the heck are those?

        • vickilu

          Is it peyote? There are pot leaves on half of the clothes, so it wouldn’t surprise me.

      • sienna elm

        They’re almost Mary-Janes for boys…what would you call them? Mark-Johns?

      • David Kresner

        I’m a boy -well, a man- and I want these T-strap sneakers right now. I’ll admit to a bit of twee in me tho.

    • Danielle

      SNORT

    • Sarah

      As a person who spent the first 25 years of my life (outside of parentally induced Church Clothes) trying to approximate the Jammyfit on any and all garments I wore, I am pretty attracted to this stuff. I am not sure about the prints in all instances, but I’d totally hit a spliff with these guys.

      • KinoEye

        Paul Smith: Spliffin’ Spring 2015.

    • Alyssa

      If you tuck in that one shirt, it would look like the hand is reaching into the pants.

      • decormaven

        The hand motif is kind of creepy to me.

    • Bad Idea Jeans

      Love the stripey sweaters and scarves. Hate the clown/pajama pants. There is much less WTF going on in this collection than virtually any other menswear collection posted so far.

      • smayper

        Agree. The PJ pants look really comfy, but I can buy them at TJMaxx.

    • Frank_821

      Nothing offensive and certainly marketable

      although the runway makes the clothes look more like Hipster resort wear

    • Thomas

      I love Paul Smith. His collections are always a little kooky, but still wearable. And they always use COLOR. Not crazy about the pajama bottoms though.

    • Gatto Nero

      Satin jammie pants, random fringe, unexciting prints, uninspired pattern mixing. I’m not feeling this.

    • Shawn EH

      Hot sweaters (minus the fringe).

    • Lucas

      LOL. This is what happens when lazy, hungover guys don’t do their laundry for weeks and end up pulling wrinkled crap out of their hamper and pairing it with whatever old clothes they can find left in the closet, even though they probably should have given it to Goodwill long, long ago.

    • conniemd

      A lot of wearable pieces, but I have 4 complaints. 1. Silk gym pants, 2. fringe necklace 3. Boys way too young. 4. Sweaters and long sleeves look like a fall collection.

    • barbarienne

      Love the shirts, sweaters, and jackets, but why are they all wearing women’s pajama bottoms and sleep shorts?

    • decormaven

      Succulent.

    • kimmeister

      I don’t like that the disembodied hands are holding cigarettes. I do like the purple satin blazer (for myself).

      • vickilu

        It’s a joint/blunt (weed), though I’m still not loving it. Not a fan of the “stoner” stereotype.

    • SewingSiren

      Anybody else getting Cory Feldman circa Lost Boys?

    • LJCdoc

      I think that after last week, I have a remarkably low bar for what constitutes acceptable menswear.

    • Audrey Lee

      Golden Girls Miami old people realness. What the ever loving fuck?

      • Wink

        The models are at least 50 years too young for these clothes.

    • Grumpy Girl

      Aren’t many of these the same models as from the glitzy cowboy collection? They look a little older in this collection; although I think the clothes themselves skew looking younger than the cowboy gear.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      Hugh Hefner will have quite a selection of satin pj pants to choose from…

    • Tasha

      Because I really should get reading glasses, I first read the thumbnail as “Patti Smith Spring 2015 Menswear” and I thought “huh?” and then I thought “hell, yeah, I’d trust Patti Smith to know what men should wear!” and then I opened this – sigh – just another bunch of pretty boys in clown clothes…

    • MilaXX

      Nobody except Mick Jagger is wearing those solid blue satin pieces and I doubt there’s a single guy walking the earth who’s going to wear those Mary Jane sneakers, but otherwise despite the styling this is pretty wearable.

      • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

        You don’t know any guys into the Christopher Robin look?

    • boweryboy

      Nope. I can smell the patchouli and body odor from here. All these models need is a hacky sack, some dreads, and a mangy dog to complete the look.

    • Lori

      That’s a lot of pajamas. Wearing pajamas out of the house will never not scream “people of Walmart” to me so, nope.

    • PastryGoddess

      So basically I was scrolling down for the shoes. The clothes were blah

    • quiltrx

      I’m not sure about some of these fabrics (or pieces, for that matter) working together…but at least it’s not completely left-field, AND I love the color palette.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      Yes to everything without fringe! I really hate fringe, you guys.

      • demidaemon

        I’m with you. BKs Against Fringe.

    • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

      I have always liked Paul Smith for some reason. I love the colors here, and I could rock most of these if my age and waist size started with a 2. Fuck it, I could rock these now. Bitches would see me and step aside.

    • FibonacciSequins

      It’s a little too Old Navy Couture.

      • Thomas

        Old Navy is a lot more basic though. They would never have any of those patterns or designs on their shirts.

        • FibonacciSequins

          Oh, I was being flippant. I just meant it’s quite a casual collection. You’d never find stuff this interesting at Old Navy! :)

          • Thomas

            Yes, it is very casual. The pants are definitely too casual.

    • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

      WTH is up with jammie pants? These are the Shiny Version of Jammie Pants. Man. Nothing like dating a guy dressed in 30K worth of clothes that make him look like he just rolled out of bed after a huge drunken party the night before, tux coat and jammie pants combined. UGH.

    • sleepycat

      yes! love the patterns and shoes. Dislike the baggy pants/shorts

    • homofascist

      That very first horizontal striped sweater will be mine!

    • Trickytrisha

      At least I didn’t start helplessly giggling as I scrolled down. That’s a plus. A lot to like, minus the baggy jammy pants.

    • demidaemon

      I feel like this is a collection combining all of the worst things in fashion right now (including fringe, ugly prints, and horribly unflattering clothes) with some added crap for that extra WTF effect, which, in this case, is satin, fat pants, and, sometimes, satin fat pants. NO.

      • Lori

        “Satin fat pants” is, or ought to be, an oxymoron. I mean, satin is pretty much the definition of unforgiving fabric.

        • demidaemon

          It’s true, but, then, there they are.

    • jif

      Hipster Duran Duran cover band.

    • RescueMe23

      The Golden Girls meet menswear.

    • uprightcitizen

      Yes to SOME of the sweaters. No to ALL of the pants. If I’m gonna wear palazzo pants, I’m going to be in full drag, or there’s really no point.

    • lilazander

      Hiddy, hiddy, hiddy!

    • ohbear1957

      The plaid pants in picture 20 – very cool if you’re in 10th grade and it’s 1973. I know. I was there. They look better with platform shoes.

    • Kitten Mittons

      Normcore Couture? I think I’ll just check out Goodwill instead.

    • FrigidDiva

      So, Stoner Couture is a thing? This makes me think of Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels–the drug dealers from that movie would look fabulous in this collection.

    • MoHub

      I like a lot of the shirts, sweaters, and jackets, but every pair of pants in this collection needs to be destroyed.

    • MissusBee

      Can’t get past the fact the models are apparently eleven years old. Pajamas not helping.

    • Patrick Cleary

      The shiny pants aren’t my thing, but I would like one of every sweater and jacket wrapped for me to pick up, please.

    • rebeemoon

      Is neck fringe going to be a trend now?

    • Tami from Seattle

      I dig it (except for the neck fringe). Especially love the Robert Evans glasses!

    • Snailstsichr

      Some of this looks like the mis-matched crap my husband pulls out of the closet when he is working from home and doesn’t give a shit how he looks.

    • MoHub

      There was a sketch on The Vacant Lot years ago that featured a men’s fashion runway show in which all the outfits consisted of things the guys threw together when everything else was in the laundry. Except that that was supposed to be a joke.

    • ktr33

      This is so ridiculous and ugly that it seems like a joke. Paul Smith used to do such exquisite things that real [rich] men could wear.

    • Big Bear

      Burn it! Burn it allllllllll!!!!

    • jjfg

      Looks like a parade of geeks. And I don’t mean that as an insult; the lead picture put me immediately in mind of Matthew Gray Gubler and the association continued. Weird-ass fashion geeks, but geeks nonetheless.

    • Eddie Verdonk

      And here to dress the stoner sons of corporate CEOs after a night out in LA, Paul Smith.