The Y-Vison Homme Fall/Winter 2014 collection took to the stage at Shanghai Fashion Week with militant menswear pieces that featured a modern twist. Oversized and draped silhouettes walked the runway alongside structured suit and coat garments. The majority of these piece boasted patches with the letter Pi as their bold accent.
Presented in a neutral palette, the Y-Vison Homme Fall/Winter 2014 collection relied on the utilitarianism of classic military uniforms as their inspiration. These structured silhouettes and sharply tailored accents were deconstructed and made modern with elements that challenged one another while working well together simultaneously.
Loose and oversized shapes challenged boxy and tailored silhouettes while a classic camouflage army print was replaced with an abstract and geometric textile pattern that offered subtlety and sophistication.
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