June 23, 2015
By Marcellous L. Jones
Photos by Marko Ristic
Novi Sad, Serbia – For Fall Winter 2015/16, Italian fashion house Plus-Que-Ma-Vie returns to Serbia. Here the collection’s artistic director Andrea Lazzari has silhouettes of trousers being cut closes to the body.
Lazzari highlights the bottom half of the silhouettes with bands colors. They serve as a way for distinguishing the gentlemen with a relaxed chic. Because he cuts the trousers inches above the ankles, he is able to promote a boyish energy that is very appealing when the looks are finished with very visible socks.
As a skilled tailor, the designer’s sartorial cuts represent the best of Italian crafts. We have navy blue, black, windowpane motifs and Prince of Wales. Some have leather embellishments in the middle of the leg. The tobacco color of some of the leather bands is further accented thanks to the tobacco tinted bomber jacket.
To his beautiful fabrics, Lazzari also adds more details to the collection with piping and accessories the looks with large scarves and a variety of hats.