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06 Nov

Hawaii inspired some prints in the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2012 Menswear Show.

Other Hawaii-inspired collections : Alexander Wang Spring/Summer 2012 (capsule collection of swimwear items with monochrome Hawaiian motifs), D&G by Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2005 (collection inspired by Elvis Presley in Norman Taurog’s « Blue Hawaii »), D&G by Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2011 Menswear (Hawaiian-printed shirts), Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2006 (influenced by John Severson’s Hawaii surf pictures), Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2005 Menswear (hibiscus-and-palm embroideries on jeans), Gant by Michael Bastian Spring/Summer 2012 Menswear (in part), Hermès by Christophe Lemaire Spring/Summer 2013 (Hawaiian prints for some items), Isabel Marant Spring/Summer 2013 (partly inspired by Elvis Presley’s pictures in Hawaii), Kenzo by Antonio Marras Spring/Summer 2012 Menswear (Hawaiian-printed shirts), Les Petites Spring/Summer 2012 (Hawaiian silk dress, with hibiscus motifs), Louis Vuitton by Paul Helbers Spring/Summer 2007 Menswear (the theme of this collection was « Hawaii meets Victorian England »), Maarten Van Der Horst for Topshop Spring/Summer 2012 (pieces covered with Maarten Van Der Horst’s signature Hawaiian motifs), Markus Lupfer Spring/Summer 2012, Moschino Spring/Summer 2012 Menswear (hibiscus motifs inspired by Elvis Presley’s « Blue Hawaii » era), Paul & Joe® Spring/Summer 2013 (Sophie Albou said that the theme of this collection was the mix of city outfits with Hawaiian pieces), Pollini Spring/Summer 2007 (« Hawaii » gold and silver brocade), Sergio Rossi by Francesco Russo Spring/Summer 2012 (partly), Stella McCartney Resort 2012 (Hawaiian motifs), Timo Weiland Spring/Summer 2012 Menswear (the theme of this collection was « Jean-Michel Basquiat goes surfing in Hawaii »).

Photo : Imaxtree

 

 

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