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Thursday, 12 February 2009


The number one Italian fashion duo has lately been very playful thinking outside the box when creating their men’s fashion lines. SS09 daunted with suit pants held to the waist using strings, mimicking what men might wear at the gym, and that sport effect was highlighted even more as the eyes roll down to the bottom where there are legs are cuffed. Experimental clothing like that ought to score the bearer major kudos at high-end health clubs in Kensington where women spend more time getting tanned and applying make-up to their faces before arriving to the health clubs than exercising.



Trendy playboys around the world have a reason to launch a countdown for autumn as Dolce & Gabbana’s flagship piece in their FW09 is kilted blazers. A few slurps of Jack Daniels followed by 5 cartwheels won’t stop the mind from rejecting what can be described as atrociously bizarre creations. When one has passed the stages of denial and acceptance, the blazer start to look interesting and become worth taking a second look at. The full circus with trousers is a bit too much for the stomach to digest but as sports coats they blazers can actually work in real life. With some slight padding, a double breasted one wouldn’t be too crazy as a summer jacket. But as formal wear there is more desire since the kilt pattern result in a heavy-duty appearance preventing the blazers from looking right at a cocktail party where everyone is dressed in sleek and glamour figure shaped tuxedos.

10 comments:

Romey Louangvilay said...

i'm not feeling the blazers but great post!

Gambie said...

Yeah i am not so sure with mostof them, but i do love the striped blazer in the 2nd image. great mix of colour. nice post.

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Fashion Gossips said...

It looks so confortable!
xo xo
Nice blog

Paul said...

i'm kinda feeling the blazers...the kilted pattern is new and fresh...the striped one is great as well...i prolly wouldn't wear the kilted pant though

kenny said...

These are very exciting suits but maybe too extrem..

AllThatMatters said...

Actually, the term for this sort of patterned sewing is "quilted"; not kilted. Sorry, but, I had to mention it. ;)

Anyway, regarding this "new" look by D&G, I really like it. This is high praise coming from me, as I usually hate D&G - they tend to be a bit too gaudy for my taste.

I would not wear a quilted blazer with quilted pants, because it would just be a bit too much. However, a quilted blazer with a pair of velvet pants would look great. And, quilted pants with a velvet or multi-striped blazer would be equally as appealing to me.

Dan said...

The glasses and quilted jacket reminds me of Dr Tyrell in Blade Runner.

Derek Fucking Walsh said...

Great post, but im really not feeling the quilted mens blazer, it looks like chanel bag dressed up to be a blazer.

Loving your blog.

-h said...

i like this actually. I'm liking this "pajama" has outerwear trend that Dolce has done for both men and women.