Brioni Fall/Winter 2012 Menswear Collection
Brioni fashion house has released its fall/winter 2012 menswear collection. Unlike the previous collections that Brioni has released, this new collection has looked much youthful and more modern. The unknown soldier behind that collection is Jason Basmajian who is the artistic director of Brioni fashion house. To produce such a collection, Basmajian has relied on combining between main four themes which are the boardroom meeting, made-to-measure atelier, cocktail nights at the chic bars and black-tie game of poker! As you can get that those themes are revolving around the formality, classiness and chicness, yet modernity. That’s the main reason that the designer has relied on using very classy and elegant colors. For example, when you take a look at the Brioni fall/winter 2012 menswear collection, you can see black besides dark blue, different tones of grey, dark brown and other colors. On the other hand, the designer has relied on using very luxurious materials like velvet and leather, as well as lustrous fabrics. The designer has combined between those colors and fabrics to create the most classy, elegant and chic fashion trends that you can see. The most powerful, yet most seen items in Brioni fall/winter 2012 menswear collection are the suits. The collection has included power suits which are suitable for the work environment besides evening lustrous suits which are suitable for the cocktail bar nights or any other evening parties. Besides those glamorous suits, the collection has also included various styles of jackets like; velvet suit jackets, leather jackets and bomber jackets. The designer hasn’t forgotten to include coats in that collection, specifically he’s included dark brown velvet coats. Those coats and jackets have been paired with either denim pants or pleat-front pants. All of those items have been on the same level of elegance, chicness and classiness. I think that by now, you’ve known your main reference for formal and evening outfits in that fall/winter season. It’ll always be Brioni fall/winter 2012 menswear collection.