Julien David Fall Men’s 2012 Collection
His men’s lookbook speaks volumes of the interest he creates in his clothing and execution.
For his first menswear season, designer Julien David proposed an urban collection where casual met tailoring. The silhouette was modern and masculine, with definite street-wear inspirations and a touch of pop (as seen on the soda, toast, popcorn patterned t-shirts and sweatshirts). The coats, parkas, trousers and shirts fitted with traditional menswear, and presented sophisticated details. As always, the designer carefully selected the most precious materials, while the color palette ranged from beige, blue Klein, grey, kaki and navy, with an additional plaid print. In terms of accessories, the caps, knitted hats and boots combined with the house scarves completed the booth functional and elegant look.