Brazilian cities served as the building blocks for Asaf Ganot’s spring collection.
“I lived in Brazil for two years and I’ve always wanted to be Brazilian,” said Ganot. “This is my interpretation of the Brazilian attitude and lifestyle and how that man dresses.”
In Ganot’s world, that man has an affinity for leather and suede. He presented leather that ranged from an electric blue moto style to a white biker option with a charcoal lapel. Suede shoes with drawstrings were highlights.
Tailored options included tuxedo suits with leather-trimmed lapels and a paper crinkle blazer and shorts with frayed edges.
Work from Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer informed patterns on intarsia knits and board shorts.
All in all, the collection should do well at retail as Ganot continues to define his vision.