Fall 2007 Fashion Week Notebook | Buckler

February 4th, 2007

Buckler Fall 2007 Runway
Photo Credit: Omiru: Style for All

Key Takeaways: Futuristic with a science fiction edge, Andrew Buckler’s Fall 2007 presentation featured crisp, refined lines and a nod to the 80s rock scene.  Buckler showed body conscious cardigans, dress shirts, and jackets along with corsets, wifebeaters, and colorful boxer briefs.

Color Palette:  Key colors included jet black, graphite ebony, darker reds, boyish blues, and bruised purple.

Silhouette: Jackets and dress shirts were lean, with refined lines and a tailored feel.  Pants were cut skinny and exuded a punkish 80s vibe.

Accessories Report: Caps in the style of a British police officer.  Elbow-length gloves, Knee socks, and colorful thin scarves.  Simple silver jewelry with a Rock n’ Roll edge.

What’s Wearable: We’re digging the beautifully tailored jackets, cardigans, and dress shirts.

What’s Not Wearable: 
Underwear as outerwear–corsets and tight underwear don’t belong on the streets.  Uber-skinny pants also pose a fashion challenge for most men.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Anne  |  February 4th, 2007 at 11:38 am

    Very interesting…
    How was your weekend?

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  • 2. Mimi  |  February 4th, 2007 at 2:16 pm

    Well, I’m sorry but that’s just weird! I don’t get it.
    But I like the other ideas on colors and accessories

  • 3. Trisha  |  February 5th, 2007 at 9:48 am

    The show was more theatrical than most (which arguably makes it more creative and interesting)…but it still had some wearable elements to it :)

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