There used to be a time when waistcoats were considered more of a middle-aged and older men attire but gone are those days thanks to a bunch of fashion-forward menswear brands who have managed to push the trend into younger lot. More and more fashion enthusiasts are sporting the waistcoat look now and looking better than ever.
Bareeze Man was the surprise package of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week and one of the best things to happen to menswear in Pakistan in recent years. The brand is sailing steadily and has made quite a few headways since it’s debut at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week in April this year. (Read more here)
It just showed a collection at Amsterdam Fashion Week. It was a slightly altered version of its PFDC Collection. While pieces were mostly the same, it was styled quite differently from Bareeze Man’s last showing. Crisp, clean and clothes for a man of style; it was a sharp collection. Minuscule colour details and styling touches brought life to collection. To sum it up: it was good, wearable fashion, just what one expects from Bareeze Man.
Menswear was at its full glory at the recently concluded PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week and that is thanks to two brands, Bareeze Man and Republic by Omar Farooq. They set new benchmarks, presented fresh fashion and upped the style ante quite a few notches. Apart from the two, there were selective glimpses of menswear brilliance from other brands noticeably Sania Maskatiya and Arsalan Iqbal.
Here’s a look at some of the trends on the PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week runway that stood out. While there were many looks that I loved, there’s always a few trends that you can borrow from the runway and apply them to your everyday dressing.
Here is a list of what I absolutely loved at PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, 2014.
Bareeze Man was the surprise package of PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, 2014. High street brand showed a powerful collection with each piece a standout in itself.
Pants with coloured knee patches, blazers with camo printed sleeves, jumpsuits, quilted blazers, there was hardly anything not to love about the collection. Have a look and decide for yourself.