Karl Lagerfeld creative director, Hun Kim put his best in the production of Spring Summer 2023 designs, As expected, he gave it a different and unique touch as he chose Mars as the inspiration for the brand’s spring collection because he was aware of his former boss’s preferences.
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A few of Lagerfeld’s early logo treatments were revived, including an elegant handwritten one that gives travel bags, and even sweatshirts, an Old World glamour. There were also personal touches, such as white shirtdresses and smocks with removable collars based on Lagerfeld’s uniform at home for sketching.
Kim also took interesting tidbits and volumes from the company’s extensive library, but he always extrapolated with his own thoughts. Bring on the crazy leopard print in those earthy red-planet tones, where some of the dots have been altered to spell Karl in a word search-like pattern.
Additionally, he’s made transformability a fundamental component of the brand, and this season he designed a fantastic trenchcoat with detachable sleeves and a storm flap that can be worn three different ways. A fashionable, hooded raincoat was also available.
If perfectly placed, they would be classy enough for the opera. The sleeves of a fitted jacket can be torn off in the men’s collection, which tends to be genderless.
Kim, who is in charge of a growing product line, guided a visitor through Amber Valletta’s third eco-capsule, which was inspired by her passion for denim and California cool. A bucket hat and tote bag were made from patchworked denim scraps by the studio to resemble accessories from the 1970s.
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