Without a doubt, Gucci comes on top this Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season, with a fabulous collection that captures elegance and classiness through men's fashion. Fur, prints, wool or velvet are just a few new trends spotted in Gucci's menswear line. Check out next this stunning collection!
29 Mar, 2010
Gucci is definitely one of world's greatest fashion empires and the biggest selling Italian brand in the world. With spectacular designs and immaculate pieces on the runway, Gucci has ruled the runway over the years with the most outstanding creations for women or men.
What started as a little local boutique back in 1938 became a successful luxurious fashion house and expanded from just women clothing wear to menswear, footwear, handbags, eyewear, watches, fragrances or jewelry.
Gucci's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 RTW Menswear Collection starts powerful with masculine casual chic looks that keep up with the latest fashion trends and the urban-business street style. Combining sportswear with elegant pieces in a luxurious collection from head to toe, Frida Giannini is able to reinvent Gucci's typical classy style, season by season. Ending up with the most glamorous outifts, Giannini presents a variety of suits for the night type of guy.
The chromatic theme chosen goes mostly in different shades of blue, predominant the dark royal one. We have also pure white, light brown, bold orange, creamy soft shades, chocolate brown, dark cherry color, metal grey or nighty purple.
The main items from Gucci's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection that will inspire street style for next season are: snake leather Oxford shoes, slim suit pants, soft colored coat, cardigans, pea coats, leather shirt, new wave boat shoes, aviator sunglasses, neck plain shirts, men's luggage bags, long luxurious fur coat, brown colored leather jacket, animal printed blazer, grey or camel slimmer cut office suits, chuncky sweaters, velvet pants or blazers, sport jackets or shiny dark colored blazers.
One of the most over-whelming trends spotted this beginning of the year, was the sophisticated velvet textile material. What started first in woman's fashion collections became a huge trend mark in men's fashion too. Keeping the same touch of velvet's classiness and luxury, Frida Giannini reinvents this trend in her own way. Mixing velvet suit pants with chuncky sweaters and leather shoes or combining velvet blazers with pure white pants and new wave boat shoes, she creates an amazing effect on a simple outfit but making it more stylish, wearable and shiny in the same time, with this elegant material.