MENSWEAR, darlings! We consider it the chocolate cake of Fashion Week. Sure, everyone wants to see skinny girls stomp down a runway and working a gown like it’s on fire. It’s what we all live for, right? But in between all those attitudinal teenagers and their stunning dresses, it’s nice to take a break and wallow in some cheekbones and shoulders for a while. Also: clothes.
Also, the occasional six-pack, which is most welcome. The collection’s titled “Urbanutility,” with seems fitting, because everything feels on-the-go and casual at the same time. Lots of wearable, real-world looks that would fit nicely in any wardrobe. Like ours, for instance.
“JACK SPADE’s Spring Collection explores interactions of color and its ability, through careful application, to lend sophistication and harmony. Minimalist painter Josef Albers understood that color is relationship: one to another, a pattern to its frame, the eye to the mind. Even simple blocks of it, placed with care, can create a whole greater than the sum of its parts.
Design Director Todd Magill was also inspired by the mix of Sport and Classic American sportswear. “I see a lot of guys on the streets mixing their sport gear with their work clothes. Ultimately, the collection is about ‘urban utility’ so you can look good in transitional moments, like when you are in between work and running to or from the gym and then out to meet friends.”
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jack Spade]
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