In the Designare Homme March 2011 issue, photographers Ivanho Harlim and Shysilia Novita captured a series of vibrant menswear separates from the Prada Spring 2011 collection on the grounds of an old, weathered home.
The worn architecture and muted gray hues of concrete and stone were the perfect backdrop for model Kirill Vasilev to show off stylist Jumius Wong's array of belted blazers, bright blue shorts, orange V-necks and robin's egg blue trousers. The lush trees in the residential setting were a nice complement to Vasilev's two-toned bracelets, saddle shoes and loafers.
While this Designare Homme March 2011 featured several vibrant outfits, muted spring hues were also showcased, from nude sweaters worn over pale gray-blue collared shirts to the perfect tan spring suit. See more images from the editorial above.
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