Calvin Klein's Spring/Summer 2013 line made its official debut in-house where it gathered an assortment of male and female models. The industrial-esque home remained minimal throughout with few paintings and embellishments erected on behalf of the brand.
The sterile backdrop resonated with the bare bones style of the Spring/Summer 2013 apparel. The brand in many ways channeled its early 1990s collections, seen in the all-denim ensembles, grey scale garments and its known preference for undergarments essentials in the forms of basic black, white and navy briefs.
Present alongside these intimates were also busy graphic patterns, shown to the public in the forms of full length pant suits. This in turn places the Calvin Klein house somewhere in between mod and classic.
House-Held Fashion Launches
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Contemporary Cinderella Kicks
Eclectic Streetside Runways
Unabashedly Feminine Menswear Lines
Avant Garde Club Fashion