A world of inspiration can be found on your doorstep. To wit, menswear designer Philippe Paubert of Emanuel Ungaro visited several major Paris art galleries to present his fall collection.
The architecture of the Palais de Tokyo draws inspiration from the straight lines of the white wool coat and other urban elements of the collection in gray tones.
At the Musée Bourdelle, he chooses warmer tones in the palette – eggplant, purple and ocher – creating a range of looks in textured fabrics like velvet and felt, and shirts with accents. colorful textures.
From Quai Branly, influences from other cultures and cultures come into play, providing a continuation of the brand’s spring collection, inspired by Rajasthan textiles. On the front of a simple black cardigan, a tiger head is embroidered with a cross, adding interest to the streetwear staple.
Textured fabrics enhance the effortless comfort the label seeks to provide to its men’s clothing. Tailor-made coats and jackets, and pants with hidden elastic waistband, are easy-going and elegant.
Aran knits have been reinterpreted to give them a contemporary look, including orange and khaki-dyed tie versions. Here’s an example of the sporty direction visible in the lineup – perhaps influenced by the skaters outside the Palais de Tokyo – with 1980s-inspired silhouettes like designer pants. Features an elastic bottom and colorful sneakers.
https://wwd.com/runway/mens-fall-2022/paris/emanuel-ungaro/review/ Emanuel Ungaro Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD