The De Fursac Spring/Summer 2013 collection pays tribute to a long lost era of suit wearing gentlemen with sleek hairdos and an overwhelming amount of charm. The 1940s and 50s were full of dapper gentlemen wearing tailored suits and cheeky grins. The latest collection from De Fursac puts men back into these charismatic ensembles in an effort to rekindle that charming facade.
Model Clément Chabernaud is perfectly suited to these incredibly alluring outfits. His chiseled features and rosy complexion help him channel a perfect gentleman through this De Fursac editorial. His eyes bore into the camera while his hands rest casually in his trouser pockets, giving the collection a sense of both relaxation and seduction.
Hopefully, this De Fursac lookbook hints at the rise of suit culture in the mainstream fashion industry. Perhaps the 40s and 50s will soon be infiltrating men's fashion with a vengeance, bringing charm and style back to the modern man.
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