Solid Homme at Paris Men’s Fashion Week

    Not long ago, Solid Homme presented their Fall/Winter 22 menswear collection at Paris Men’s Fashion Week. The collection took inspiration from Bauhaus, an iconic art school in Germany that ran from 1919 to 1933. Designer Woo Youngmi was also inspired by Icelandic-Danish artist Olafur Eliasson and Icelandic architect Einar Thorsteinn. 

    The catwalk was enclosed in a box with one-sided mirrors for the audience to see through. It was a performative presentation. Some models even danced, whilst others walked the catwalk. Colour-wise the palette for this collection employed neutral, with pops of red, yellow, pink, and blue colours. Talking about the collection, the creative director stated: “…the silhouette is upgraded to include a semi-oversized, relaxed top fit, and slimmer pants draped over shoes that peep out from the beneath buttons and zip slits. Classic pieces are cropped, reshaped, or cut from improved materials, while technical and casual wear are given an old-school touch with the use of vintage-esque fabrics.”

    Watch the fashion show here.

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