“It’s about the person, rather than the uniform,” mentioned Luke Meier, discussing the boys’s spring 2022 assortment he co-designed together with his spouse Lucie. It was introduced as a part of Paris Fashion Week with a video filmed at a decadent Milanese lodge.
Luke Meier, who’s Canadian, appeared again at his years in New York City when he was designing for Supreme. “When I moved there, I discovered that guys had the best kind of style, they were mixing and matching things, experimenting with garments in their wardrobe, in a way which felt sophisticated and effortless,” he defined throughout a gathering on the Jil Sander showroom in Milan.
The assortment felt extra relaxed and in sync with the present instances than ever. The designers experimented with colours, shapes and patterns in a approach that felt stylish, however with humor and a simple cool.
Sartorial influences merged with utilitarian and streetwear influences, whereas extra eccentric touches included silk tops with a fur-like look and jewellery particulars.
The lineup included fits in pastel tones reduce in exact, but relaxed silhouettes; a cheetah-printed furry vest was layered below a hooded light-weight coat; ribbed cardigans with leather-covered buttons had been paired with polo shirts, whereas color-blocked vests with a tactile really feel got here off as artsy.
Vintage graphics showing on the home windows of native delis in New York had been launched within the assortment by the patches peppering saggy pants, the artisanal intarsia and embroideries of knitted items, in addition to by way of allover prints on flight fits.
With this spring effort, Lucie and Luke Meier unveiled a brand new aspect of their multifaceted creativity, one light-heartened and younger.