Bottega Veneta Fall 2011 Menswear Collection
Wondering which are the latest fashion trends in menswear for the Fall/Winter 2011 season? Well, Bottega Veneta sets on a new trend and style extremely youthful but also easily elegant and sophisticated. In dark gloomy shades or pop eccentric colors, check out next which trends should you follow in next season with Bottega Veneta's designs for menswear!
09 Feb, 2011
Last season's collection in menswear at Bottega Veneta may have started powerful in eccentric shades with hardcore futuristic influences, but in the Fall/Winter 2011 season the fashion show emphasizes a darker mood that leads to complete looks defined by details, not only colors. With small printed details in deep arsenic grey and black hues, the opening look sets the atmosphere and impresses through baggy shaped suit pants, classic blazer and basic deep dark blue shirt which combined together form a sophisticated business outfit.
The collection maintains the same suit shape which develops a new fashion trend for the Fall/Winter 2011 season in this chapter, but the looks are diverse and the small effective details bring attention of the refine elegance that they send through the overall look. In a minimalistic modern way, the looks go from goth influences to classic stylish masculinity perfectly defined.
Even if Bottega Veneta's men's fashion show for the Fall/Winter 2011/2012 season goes straightly from the beginning in a dark almost depressive area, but during the show with a few blocking colors that pop out on different clothing items, the atmosphere gets more relaxed but still maintains a masculine image defined through edgy details and urban chic styles. Orange, electric blue, yellow, lime green or easy brown are just a few shades which have been spotted in Bottega Veneta's menswear collection.
Since the looks, trends and styles adopted for the Fall/Winter 2011 season are versatile but classy, every item from pant suits to blazers or jackets are easily wearable for any occasion, from daytime activities such as business meetings at the office to dinners, dates or special occasions.
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