The Trussardi Fall/Winter 2012 Collection is '70s-Inspired

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jan 16, 2012 • References: nowfashion & thefashionisto
From long locks to '70s detective dramas, the Trussardi Fall/Winter 2012 collection takes fashion cues from the past. Designer Umit Benan turns to British racing driver, Jackie Stewart as his main inspiration behind the brand's latest menswear collection. This nostalgic runway showcase presents a modernized version of 1970s flair, mixing rich, earthy hues with contemporary cuts that are layered to perfection.

Models are dressed in autumn and winter staples that include suede coats, corduroy suits, turtlenecks, leather looks and fitted shirts with flipped collars, giving off a vintage vibe that is effortlessly cool. The impeccably styled collection features retro era grooming, including messy long locks and manly moustached looks that add humor to the runway while giving a nod to the past. Stats for Creepy Moustached Catwalks Trending: Older & Average
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