June 26, 2013

Gucci spring-summer 2014, for the romantic and spontaneous man

Gucci MFW spring summer 2014

The Gucci runway for the spring-summer 2014 collection has been laden with gorgeous men modelling, in a perfectly choreographed show, the Italian house’s concept of techno tailoring.

Respect for tradition and strive for innovation is the best description for the pieces that have reinvented the T-shirt, riding pants and mackintosh in a formal interpretation and romanticized floral prints to capture a casual sophisticated look.

The collection’s underlying idea of equestrian elegance – a Gucci tradition – is kept throughout, from the cut of trousers to details on leather bracelets, and comes to lend a noble feel to the use of high tech fabrics such as techno-stretch and nylon cotton. All the while, the strong hues of blue and bordeaux, military green and yellow, icy white and beige, culminating in bold coral, further embolden and complement the sometimes raw silhouette.

A new tour de force from Frida Giannini, with the genius leather snickers giving the feel of an Italian artisan’s shoe, to top it all.

Gucci MFW spring summer 2014

James Franco, front row at the Gucci men’s spring-summer 2014 show.

James Franco, front row at the Gucci men’s spring-summer 2014 show.

 

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Photo source: Gucci