When it comes to colors, I prefer them bold and combined with a multitude of others, which is why Color Fever by Jay Schoen is right up my alley. Not only does it highlight some of the most striking fashions from Salvatore Ferragamo's spring/summer 2013 menswear collection, but it does so in the sunny setting of Los Angeles where bold daywear reigns supreme.
It's always such a sight to see how the coasts in the United States vary so much; on the east, it's more about a refined sense of timeless clothing, but on the west it's more about getting a little bit more hip. Color Fever by Jay Schoen features models Luka Badnjar and Pierre-Harald Leducq with styling done by Demetrio Baffa Trasci Amalfitani.
The Color Fever by Jay Schoen can be found in this month's issue of The Fashionisto.
Color Fever by Jay Schoen Features the Best of Ferragamo This Season
1. Bold Color Combinations - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create fashion collections that combine bold and vibrant colors to attract customers seeking unique and eye-catching designs.
2. Sunny Daywear - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop clothing lines specifically designed for warm and sunny climates, focusing on lightweight fabrics and bright colors.
3. Coastal Fashion Variation - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Cater to the specific fashion preferences of different coastal regions in the United States, offering tailored clothing options that reflect the distinct styles of each coast.
1. Fashion Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Utilize innovative color combinations and fabric choices to create fashion designs that stand out in the market.
2. Clothing Retail - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Curate clothing collections that cater to specific climate conditions, providing customers with stylish and functional options for different weather environments.
3. Fashion Publication - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Feature fashion editorials that showcase regional style variations, highlighting the unique fashion preferences of different coastal areas in the United States.