Fashion continues to play in an irreverent and provocative manner with the military style and this mood influences our culture, art, and fashion itself. Over the years, jackets worn by armies worldwide have increased their presence in our day-to-day dress code. Indeed, parkas, field jackets and peacoats, once typical military uniforms, have become the carry-over of our collections. Eskimos, worn by the students driving the social movements of 1968, were soon to become a symbol of freedom and nonconformity. Even before that, in 1950, the US Army used parkas and field jackets during the Korean War given their proven cold / rain protection qualities. More on the cultural side, the parka was also the representative element of British youth culture, the "mod", born in the early 60's. The musical group "Who" adorned the cover of its album "Quadrophenia" (1973) -also a cult film in the late 70's- with Parka-wearing youngsters.Major musical icons such as Kurt Cobain and Liam Gallagher made of parkas their most identifying trait.
Bags Fall/Winter 2014
Scarpe Hogan Rebel, Sneakers R182 Allaciato Cinturino, in camoscio rosa e pelle oro
Giacca Emanuel Ungaro, stampa pitone colloar ancione e nero, 1 bottone oro quadrato. AW15ABDEU
Jeans Dolce&Gabbana, Chiaro , strappato, logo dietro tasca destra. AW15ABUDG