Recently, Georges Wendell presented its Fall/Winter 22 collection at the Paris Men’s Fashion Week. Creative director Pierre Kaczmarek took inspiration from the Vaudevilles, a theatrical genre. The show was held at the Parisian restaurant L’Ami Louis where models repeated the activities of diners, such as taking videos, having drinks, and chatting — making it for a semi-casual collection.
We saw various materials being utilised throughout the collection, including corduroy and denim. The casual aspect of the collection came from the different fun prints that included wine glasses, stripes, shapes and presumably images from film scenes. A showcase of womenswear was also included in this collection, featuring lace, ribbons, and fur to create a girly, feminine, and delicate look.
Watch the presentation here.