Streetwear has been having quite a moment in the menswear arena. But as countless brands regurgitate what has been offered in the late nineties and early noughties, Robert Geller of Gustav Von Aschenbach, or “GVA,” has reinterpreted his own way for Spring 2019. His own spin on the classic logomania trend is to make it less graphic and more subtle, but the message was still as clear as day. The outerwear was arguably the most appealing part of the show, as trenchcoats and jackets were cut to perfection in the most interesting hues. And speaking of hues, the color palette was also a point of interest as certain looks were color blocked. The opener alone, a slouch pale yellow trench paired with a dark teal t-shirt and softly-cut ecru trousers, hit all the noted perfectly. It’s clear the references used here were from decades ago, but the clothes themselves looked extremely contemporary and relevant to now.
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