Hey my fashion stoners! We all know Londen Parc apparel is the definition of “Street Wear meets high fashion.” So I know you all are intrigued by this new Givenchy meets Street Wear movement!
High fashion has truly re-invented itself. Still continuing to attract the acquired eye with museum and historical references; it’s evolved into making itself accessible to a larger group of people by turning towards Street Wear. High fashion is a classic element of originality & Street Wear is a clothing lane that goes bespoke, you can’t help but to buckle to the trend. For the upcoming 14′ men’s fall/winter collection Givenchy’s Italian designer, Riccardo Tisci says he’s keeping up with the USA theme.
Givenchy is known for their Pictorial, Sculptural or Graphic work prints. Better known as PSG in “designer lingo”. PSG is two dimensional & three dimensional works of fine graphic and applied art. The design on the Givenchy shirt would be considered a work of custom visual art similar to what we create here for you at Londen Parc.
According to Complex magazine, Tisci’s goal for this portfolio came specifically from his current vision of America BIG. VAST. DIVERSE. From the dapper young men now teaming their blazers with neon sneakers and seeing sneakers being the new cool in Europe on any windy & chilly day, Tisci says he is focused on culture, music & fashion and has capitalized his experience from all eras of his life. Influenced by the images that stuck within him from the time he touched down to America in ’96 his memories of the hip hop club scene in NY never faded along with his love for the NBA.
In order for any brand to be considered “fashionably high” statements must be made & seen in wear. Riccardo Tisci is already couture stamped with Givenchy, & now his Street Wear Cred, has gained a new following.
Making his latest statements through his t-shirt designs he’s pleasing the reinvented high fashion gods with the men’s spring Givenchy Tape Deck print tee. This definitely follows Street Wear in favor of vintage audio equipment; depicted by a print of reel to reel tape recorder on the front of the shirt.
Keeping one eye and one foot in the streets Tisci has recently collaborated with Nike and just had the first shoe release Nike + R.T. Air Force 1′s.
Riccardo Tisci’s vision is creatively timeless and his fashion expressions depict a way of style that the “fashionably high street wearers” & “trend setters” are accustomed to. This same sense of appearance only can be admired by a person with Londen Parc posture. We definitely know high fashion! I’m certain if I’m not seeing all you fly fellas in our dope Londen Parc tee’s I’ll catch you in one of Givenchy’s statement men’s t-shirts or Air Force 1′s.
Let’s talk high fashion, let me know what you think?