Palmiers du Mal continued to jet its way through a “sense of freedom, exploration and mystery,” according to designer Shane Fonner. That meant a lineup with touches of Moroccan influences and a bohemian theme including African mud cloth caftans, Spanish silk robes, sultry pajamas and Japanese indigo denim.

 

Highlights included a cream canvas jacket and trouser, a nod to a Nineties Starter athletic jacket paired with linen trousers, and a navy belted silk robe over a collarless white shirt paired with Japanese wide-leg denim trousers.

 

The collection was whimsical and provided a definite option for the luxe nomad — wherever they roam.

By  on July 14, 2016
Palmiers du Mal Men's RTW Spring 2017

Palmiers du Mal continued to jet its way through a "sense of freedom, exploration and mystery," according to designer Shane Fonner. That meant a lineup with touches of Moroccan influences and a bohemian theme including African mud cloth caftans, Spanish silk robes, sultry pajamas and Japanese indigo denim. Highlights included a cream canvas jacket and trouser, a nod to a Nineties Starter athletic jacket paired with linen trousers, and a navy belted silk robe over a collarless white shirt paired with Japanese wide-leg denim trousers. The collection was whimsical and provided a definite option for the luxe nomad — wherever they roam.

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