The collection was inspired by the designer’s personal memories from San Francisco, where he built his passion and dreams for fashion. Starting from the Haight Ashbury streets, the origin of hippie counterculture, the collection shares the unforgettable reminiscences from the city of love and peace.
Throughout the Collection, fascinating design elements that symbolize San Francisco are presented. Slogans inspired by hippy culture such as “Make Love Not War” and “Peace Is Cheaper” are wittily delivered, and the Cupid’s Span details representing an outdoor sculpture in San Francisco’s Rincon Park are embroidered in blazers, rider jackets, and shirts to send out the message of love and peace.
Taking inspiration from English royalty and Kings’ scandals of abdications to the art paint and costumes of Ainou and African tribes or even from their own experience of brotherhood, Valentin and Florentin Glémarec explored family, power games and a affiliation.
Shoes were made for walking and walking is something you need to do if you want to see all the shows from the Fashion Week. Photographer Andrea Dell’Aquila captured, in exclusive for Fucking Young!, some of the choices seen on this edition of Milan Fashion Week.