Here are two new campaigns of Men’s designer clothing from two of giants in the fashion industry that will supply fashion enthusiasm new inspirations.
Boss Orange Fall / Winter 2013 Campaign
This fall we have picked some highlight pieces right of Hugo Boss newest campaign, The Boss Orange Fall / Winter 2013 campaign. It was staged by the top photographer Lachlan Bailey, and represented by one of the top models Benjamin Eidem, in the streets of New York.
Moncler Autumn-Winter 2013-2014 Campaign
Moncler Gamme Bleu reflects the union of Moncler’s profiency in both active sportswear and outerwear with the personal-hand-made couture sensibility of Thom Browne. For this new campaign, the idea revolves around the Scottish Highland games. Definite outfits of the games are popular as to have become symbolic of Scotland and are now making part of this set, such as tartan plaid jackets with pleating detail, kilts, and down-filled trousers. A full collection, featuring outerwear, trousers, shorts, jackets and accessories separated in four inspiration groups: navy/white, red/white/blue, grey and black tie. Classic tailored pieces all with different level for quilting.
Some experts say this Fall-Winter 2013-2014 season is going to be very, very cold time, that’s why Moncler Gamme Rouge offers fur-clad outerwear, including substantial parkas, parkas accessorized with hoods, mitts, and laced-up cuissardes. Models looked like rugged ice princesses clad in blockbuster outerwear designs, which remind me of an Arctic odyssey. Label’s creative director Giambattista Valli offers cape shape-like outerwear, warm down coats with crystal embellishments, mountain climbers outerwear like utilitarian jackets, ivory vests, fuzzy sweaters and big hiking-style backpacks.
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Set Designer: Mary Howard