Spring 2007 Fashion Week Notebook | Perry Ellis

September 10th, 2006

 Perry Ellis Spring 2007
Photo Credit: Coutorture

Key Takeaways
:  Simple, clean, and classy.  A nice range of casual comfort and handsome formality that epitomizes Perry.  The garments are airy and invoke a cloud-like attitude.  In other words, if there was a fashion show for all the male angels in heaven, this would be it.

Color Palette: Light and breezy tans, whites and browns kiss this collection with sophistication.  Modernized argyle prints and stripes also make an unassuming appearance.

Silhouettes: Fitted and tailored to a tee, with an occasional loose fit in all the right places.

Accessories Report: The collection is so clean that any type of accessory would distract from the pieces on the runway.
What’s Wearable: Almost everything is ready-to-wear.  For those climates that allow you to wear coats during the spring, the Perry Ellis outerwear is wonderful: the mid-length trenches, the banded collared windbreaker and best of all, the double breasted blazer.

What’s Not Wearable: The see-through button down is a look that not many people can pull off, so try that on only if you are fashionably daring.  The square cut trunks may be a little too revealing for American men to wear in public. 

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  • 1. Strap on your stilettos, &hellip  |  September 11th, 2006 at 10:26 pm

    […] Actually, Olympus Fashion Week has been going on since last Friday but I am doing some coverage on the event. No, I am not actually there, but my colleagues from Omiru.com are enjoying all the couture in NYC and they have given me the task of reviewing some of the men’s lines that are gracing those lovely Bryant Park tents. I know that looking at pictures of the collections online and viewing them in person are two totally different things (the latter being the better), but hey, it’s the next best thing. So check out some of my reviews at Omiru.com! (hint: so far, I’ve done reviews on Duckie Brown, Perry Ellis and John Bartlett.) […]

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