Luis Fernandez, the creative director of Craft Atlantic, looked to both the future and the past for his spring collection. Fernandez referenced Sixties modernism and Oscar Niemeyer’s Brazilian architecture to create a focused assortment of clean travel-ready pieces with technical details that could work for a business meeting, too.

 

Models posed with newspapers and carry-on luggage while wearing indigo linen jackets made from coated nylon, Sixties-inspired polo knits, cargo shorts with waterproof pockets and jogging pants. The line, which came in various shades of blue, also featured a graphic, custom-designed geometric print.

 

If dressing the man of today is Fernandez’s goal, he accomplished that with this commercial collection.

By  on July 17, 2015

Luis Fernandez, the creative director of Craft Atlantic, looked to both the future and the past for his spring collection. Fernandez referenced Sixties modernism and Oscar Niemeyer’s Brazilian architecture to create a focused assortment of clean travel-ready pieces with technical details that could work for a business meeting, too.

 

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