Wim Bruynooghe (1988) is a Belgian designer and graduate of the Fashion Department of the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts. With Fall Winter 2017’s “Jet Boy”, Wim debuts his brand’s first menswear collection.
An exploration of the Wim Bruynooghe trademark elements, the collection is inspired by 1970’s New York and heavily references the great 20th century couturiers.
The collection showcases the designer’s adventurous approach to menswear, placing emphasis on silhouette. Rich in texture, luxurious fabrics starring are deep blue cashmeres, crispy eggplant wools and airy silks.
Photographer: Kris De Smedt Hair & Make-up: Sabine Peeters, Model: Ingmar van der Meulen @ Alpha Model Management
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