The HAN Spring/Summer 2013 runway presentation took to the stage during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Australia. Inspired by luxe sportswear silhouettes, this minimalist menswear line highlighted a utilitarian aesthetic that showed models walking in an all-white palette.
This fresh menswear collection defies convention thanks to its focus on asymmetrical design details and non-traditional fabric pairings that mix textured neoprenes, rich leathers and luxurious silks.
Entitled "Bandits", the HAN Spring/Summer 2013 menswear collection showcases the work of talented Cambodian born, Brisbane designer, Khim Hang. Mixing bold architectural elements with impeccably constructed tailoring, the designer's garments always epitomize the true meaning of modern minimalism. Exuding a sporty sense of sophistication, the latest from HAN paves the way for oversized summer silhouettes and matching monochromatic pairings.
The HAN Spring/Summer 2013
1. Asymmetrical Design - Disruptive innovation opportunities exist in creating asymmetrical design details in menswear, challenging traditional conventions.
2. Non-traditional Fabric Pairings - Disruptive innovation opportunities exist in experimenting with new combinations of textured neoprenes, rich leathers, and luxurious silks in menswear.
3. Modern Minimalism - Disruptive innovation opportunities exist in exploring bold architectural elements combined with impeccably constructed tailoring in menswear, defining modern minimalism.
1. Fashion Design - The fashion design industry can capitalize on the trend of asymmetrical design and non-traditional fabric pairings by creating cutting-edge menswear collections.
2. Textile Manufacturing - The textile manufacturing industry can seize the opportunity to produce innovative fabrics that combine textured neoprenes, rich leathers, and luxurious silks for menswear.
3. Fashion Retail - The fashion retail industry can benefit from the trend of modern minimalism by offering oversized summer silhouettes and monochromatic pairings in their menswear collections.