The launch of John Galliano’s premium contemporary line, which includes both men’s and women’s, was marked by a decisively youthful spirit.

Bill Gaytten infused the 450-style collection with a cleaner, more urban aesthetic, putting the focus on longer-length shirts and baggy Bermudas, but also some appealingly tailored items, such as colored suits and high-waist cropped pants, which were held together by military web belts with a nickel buckle and paired with retro-tinged zip-up knits.

To keep the collection within a more affordable range, the designer ran counter to the trend of using more natural fibers and played with synthetic fabrics, opting for Neoprene leather on perfecto jackets, scuba tops and sheer synthetic knits.

By  on June 26, 2015

The launch of John Galliano’s premium contemporary line, which includes both men’s and women’s, was marked by a decisively youthful spirit.

Bill Gaytten infused the 450-style collection with a cleaner, more urban aesthetic, putting the focus on longer-length shirts and baggy Bermudas, but also some appealingly tailored items, such as colored suits and high-waist cropped pants, which were held together by military web belts with a nickel buckle and paired with retro-tinged zip-up knits.

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