Are you looking for the best jeans for men that involve fun colors to be worn this fall? Photographer Ivan Muselli produced a pictorial for Essential Homme magazine, entitled “Whimsical Youth,” which features young male models frozen in action styled in vibrant dapper suits and Technicolor streetwear. Fall earthen colors featured withstanding, you get a fair injection of electric blues and variations of red from silk sateen deep red to soft wool tomato in the trousers and jeans. In some cases, the models were styled in white or an acid-washed brown jeans to counteract the loud colors. If you’ve been wondering how to rock some color this fall, we bet you’ll get some style ideas here.
Models featured: Alexandre Cunha, Bastiaan Van Gaalen, Christian Plauche, Christophe Ribbe, Joan Pedrola, Leebo Freeman, Luke Briggs, Malthe Lund Madsen, Sebastian Sauve, Tom Lander and Tommy Kristiansen. Images via The Fashionisto.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
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We love this editorial out of the pages of Indie Magazine featuring Leebo Freeman dressed in some of the latest denim wears of the fall season. Styled by Ingo Nahrwold, newness is added to the still strong Americana trend by mixing in classic vintage varsity graphic tees a jerseys—a definite must have for anybody who wants to stay on trend. Long three-quarter blazers matched with double denim gives the otherwise casual-cool look a slightly more dapper appeal. Take a hint from the editorial below!
Images via Indie Magazine.
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