In his second solo outing for Linder’s men’s collection, Kirk Millar continued the personal narrative he began for fall (as a reminder, the theme then was growing up gay and coming out), expressing the maturing of relationships and commitment.

Modernized guayabera wedding shirts and ecru denim emboldened with a bright orange china print – symbolic of the trousseau – on cropped button-front jeans and a dolman-sleeved jacket, for example, were among the highlights in this bold collection.

Elsewhere, Millar channeled references to his Dutch lineage, picking out motifs from his great-great-grandmother’s scrapbooks and working them on cute, brightly colored intarsia sweaters. Medals and their ribbons provided further symbolism, representing the hurdles of life to decorate the collar of deep-v neck t-shirts.

Leather items in the collection, created in partnership with Parisian brand Chapal, had a distinct Sixties influence, as on a russet suede jacket featuring contrasting pink, brown and gray pockets and collar.

By  on June 24, 2018

In his second solo outing for Linder’s men’s collection, Kirk Millar continued the personal narrative he began for fall (as a reminder, the theme then was growing up gay and coming out), expressing the maturing of relationships and commitment.

Modernized guayabera wedding shirts and ecru denim emboldened with a bright orange china print – symbolic of the trousseau – on cropped button-front jeans and a dolman-sleeved jacket, for example, were among the highlights in this bold collection.

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