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Per Götesson Unveils His Exploration of Masculinity for The SS19 Season
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Per Götesson Unveils His Exploration of Masculinity for The SS19 Season

Sweden-born designer Per Götesson likes to expose notions of a newly defined masculinity and so he did for his latest runway collection, that was hosted at the BFC showspace on June 11th 2018. The designer showcased an array of draping-inspired open knits and jackets which obviously went for exploring the dimensional possibilities of denim, making silhouettes of jeans drapey or tighter cropped. He simplified an oversize coat, which came across pared back as he removed the epaulettes and belt.

It was a soft collection, somewhat fragile when we take a closer look at the pinkish bleached shirts. Whilst the feminine draping approached a sensitive note on his clothes, the army details such as cargo pockets and earthy hues underlined the designer's signature interplay of the feminine and masculine. It seemed that another focus was on individual pieces, all inter-combinable in many ways. Inspired by the art of draping, the collection comprised of sleeveless jackets, bleached t-shirts and open knits without losing track of men’s attire and once again, the designer created the ideal wardrobe for his well established soft yet masculine modern gent fanbase. 
Marie
By Marie