February 5, 2016

LIFE ON MARS

Many designers' stress level has probably lower since the release of their menswear collection - one collection down, a shit ton to go.



It's February, so as I sit here with a fever, runny-nose and headache, I'm in shock. There's a new season on it's way: Spring, which in fashion translates to new collections, the menswear collections that we have been waiting for since late June, early July. September and October for womenswear. However, I don't understand how Fall fashion is even profitable in Southern California, we're in mid-winter and temperatures are already increasing the the high 80's. C'mon, it barely begun cooling down in late November, gives us a break.

Fashion never stops though, so as we're speaking Karl Lagerfeld is preparing for his new Chanel ready-to-wear collection for Fall 2016 that will be shown in early March during Paris Fashion Week and Marc Jacobs is probably running around with his team working on minor details for his Fall 2016 collection that will be shown sometime in the next 2 weeks during New York Fashion Week, which is the first fashion week - Paris is the last.

Many designers' stress level has probably lower since the release of their menswear collection - one collection down, a shit ton to go. Simon Miller being one of those designers, for Fall 2016 he brought his classic American craftsmanship and Japanese fabrics. Saturated colors and hand-indigo dyed fabrics, classic Los Angeles vibes come from his collections. Vintage knee-ripped denim jeans and navy blue coats with an all black hoodie underneath. Mustards, crimsons, whites, etc - the ideal colors for the ideal LA person. A denim top and throw on the dark green knitted cardigan and BAM. Perfection.

Photos // Vogue Runway

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