It was a celebration of the Seventies at Parke & Ronen. Inspired by Pan American Eastern airlines, designers Parke Lutter and Ronen Jehezkel took their cue from patterns found in flight lounges for their swimsuit and casual sportswear collection.

 

Paisley, psychedelic stripes and color blocking were some of the patterns highlighted in trunks, shirts and even flowy lounge pants.

 

Known for their fitted swim trunks, a new relaxed fit was introduced this season, which also doubled as a cover up for the bikinis worn underneath.

 

With their bevy of barely dressed models and hippie music, Parke & Ronen brought a ray of sunshine to the NYFW: Men’s runway.

By  on July 16, 2015

It was a celebration of the Seventies at Parke & Ronen. Inspired by Pan American Eastern airlines, designers Parke Lutter and Ronen Jehezkel took their cue from patterns found in flight lounges for their swimsuit and casual sportswear collection. Paisley, psychedelic stripes and color blocking were some of the patterns highlighted in trunks, shirts and even flowy lounge pants. Known for their fitted swim trunks, a new relaxed fit was introduced this season, which also doubled as a cover up for the bikinis worn underneath. With their bevy of barely dressed models and hippie music, Parke & Ronen brought a ray of sunshine to the NYFW: Men's runway.

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