The “Talented Mr. Ripley” quote “It’s better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody” inspired a pattern splashed on some of the pieces of Wood Wood’s urban collection. The graphic appeared on a Fifties-inspired boxy shirt, as well as on the side bands running down the legs of a color-blocked nylon tracksuit.
Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian SS Jensen delivered a street-savvy show that was filled with wearable city staples. They included an orange anorak, a leather blouson, washed denim front-pocket jackets, and deconstructed tailored suits for a contemporary take on the classic business uniform. While the overall look was clean and simple, a touch of eccentricity came through via the bright child-like floral pattern of a short-sleeved shirt with coordinated pants.
See More From the Men’s Spring Shows:
Corneliani Men’s Spring 2018: The sport-chic collection was themed around the leisure pursuits of the house’s well-to-do customers.
Plein Sport Men’s Spring 2018: Philipp Plein recruited boxers, wrestlers and pole dancers to demonstrate the functional qualities of his fast-growing luxury athletic line.
Prada Men’s Spring 2018: All the quirk and romance of the fall collection was swept away — in a moment — by Miuccia Prada, who sent her preppy nerds and rustic hippies packing.
Damir Doma Spring 2018: The designer stepped out his comfort zone to deliver a collection focused on an urban, street look.
Munsoo Kwon Men’s Spring 2018: The young Korean designer Munsoo Kwon lit up the Teatro Armani runway with a burst of flowers and bright stripes in a collection called “YOLO (You Only Live Once).”
Sulvam Men’s Spring 2018: There was a charming spontaneity to the layered flowing looks which celebrated the artisanal process.