Mon, May 20 2013 » Fashion Blog
The colors and shapes marking Iceberg menswear for next fall find inspiration in the rules of the Bauhaus design movement. As in avant-garde vision, pure practicality, modern essence.
Geometric expressions of primary blue, red and yellow hues play an ornamental role in a collection where beige and black predominate with the chromatic repetition of a kinetic sculpture.
The technical use of color captures a design concept that evolves and emerges in the knitwear – true core of the collection – as the textural richness of the yarns bonds perfectly with the geometric cleanliness emblematic of the School founded by architect Walter Gropius in Weimar, Germany, in the early 20th century.
Strong rhythms influence the robotic gait of men who display a relaxed and self-assured elegance that reflects the true spirit of the sportswear intrinsic to the brand.
Absolutely natural fabrics – wool, silk, cotton, cashmere – mix and mingle with technical materials.
Wed, February 27 2013 » Fashion Blog