First and foremost, YAY, for Spring/Summer collection '07.
Secondly, I really like the men's collection. I do not usually pay attention to Men's fashion simply because, I'm uh, not a man. But nowadays I find myself perusing and enjoying the men's collection.
Neil Barrett's collection has this rock star appeal, what with the black and white, leather jacket, and the too short pants. I suppose this is a good change from all the happy colours and summer berms.
Alexander McQueen named this collection "Harlem". I saw a lot of whites, blues and khakis. The common material used would be summer-appropriate linen. I like the collection for making crisp suits look so comfortable. Effortlessly cool is the keyword for any summer, I think, and this works.
Accessory of the day would be the mosquito-net veil thingy, useful in keeping the abundant desert sand from the pretty eyes. Right.
Bottega Veneta's collection has a lot of white suits, more casual army green, and khaki in various forms. What really drew me to the collection were the bags. I can't help wanting one of them as a boyfriend so that I can use one of the very unisex bag.
Ah, I've always admired Missoni and their use of the trademark pattern. For this particular collection, not only do I love the genius use of vibrant colours and mismatched patterns, I love the loafers and bermudas. Smart casual with non-cloying happy vibe, this is definitely one of my favourite men's collections.
I'll be back again with looks from Versace, Vivienne Westwood and Prada, hang tight.