The latest Nanushka Fall/Winter 2019 collection was recently unveiled and the Budapest-centric fashion label highlights minimal aesthetics once again. The selection of menswear this season stems from founder Sandra Sandor's roots in clean looks, referencing her signature simplistic aesthetic.
The sets are inspired by 70s aura, delivering a warm sense of nostalgia and comfort. The designs are slouchy and finished in a color palette that explores neutral and pastel hues as an additional push of warm elements. The materials are centric to sustainable concepts, making use of vegan leather and faux fur throughout the range. The seasonal designs also highlight Japanese textiles and blended fabrication that explores silk. Some of the standout items from the range include the paisley trousers, the brushed knitwear options, pastel suits, and the bumbag made from vegan leather.
The Nanushka Fall/Winter 2019 Range Boasts Minimal Designs
1. Minimalist Menswear - Opportunity to create sustainable and vegan-friendly fashion items while maintaining a minimalistic aesthetic inspired by past decades.
2. 70s-inspired Fashion - Opportunity to incorporate nostalgic elements of the 70s into modern fashion designs.
3. Japanese Textile and Fabrication Exploration - Opportunity to incorporate Japanese textiles and blended fabrication into sustainable fashion designs.
1. Fashion Industry - Opportunity for fashion brands to edge towards sustainable and vegan-friendly production whilst utilising nostalgic, minimalist and foreign elements.
2. Textile Industry - Opportunity to grow exploration and production of sustainable and eco-friendly textile options.
3. Retail Industry - Opportunity for retailers to promote sustainable and vegan-friendly options in minimalistic and nostalgic menswear.