Veronique Branquinho – Men’s collection Fall Winter 2004-2005


Veronique Branquinho – Men’s collection autumn winter 2004-2005

Veronique Branquinho looks upon men’s fashion as a selection of indispensable evergreens worn by realistic men, rather than focusing on idols, muses or remote stars. Due to her subtle approach to men’s wear, the Teatro Goldoni enables her to stage an alternative event which presents the collection to it’s full potential. Not professional models, but “real life” men do show the performance.
Together wit contemporary dance choreographer Sam Louwyck, she created a scene, set in an alienating atmosphere, inspired by “the red room” from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, with typical red floor and red curtains.

For Autumn-Winter ’04-’05 she shows brown tuxedos, tuxedos refined by subtle detailing such as contrasting collars in burgundy or brown satin. Moreover she combines these details in perfect harmony with more casual garments: turtleneck jerseys worn under ceremonial shirts with pleated inserts, cumber bands, foulards, ceremonial trimmings on sweater sleeves.

Furthermore she hints at the world of hunters and lumber necks, using recognisable materials and designs: sharp cut coats in traditional loden with a box pleat at the rear, waxed cotton trench coats, parkas finished with a fake fur trim at the hood and duffel coats with red Sheppard lining.

Checks are predominantly present throughout the collection: the same red Sheppard pattern reoccurs blown up hand knitted Shetland jumpers, in jackets with sheepskin lining and biais-cut details and in wide lumberjack shirts with similar biais-cut details and pleats at the rear. The concept is emphasized by layering the different checks and knotting both shirts and pullovers around te waist, pants re tucked into the boots.


Informazioni aggiuntive

Peso 95 g
Dimensioni 10.5 × 15 × 1 cm


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