The Christopher Shannon Spring/Summmer 2013 collection made its debut at the London Collections: Men showing. Those who attended the event were privy to his bold and remarkably bright display of face paint, seen in the flowers that were plastered along the faces of the male models.
In addition to the explicitly decorated faces were floral garlands strewn along the necks of the men. This daring concept was at the same time matched with striped headgear. Sprouts of color streamed from hats that featured bits of hanging confetti, playing up on a style motif that wishes to above all else hide the faces of buyers. The Liverpool-based designer received the NEWGEN MEN award in 2010 and has since worked to produce these epic displays of menswear.
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