Thanks to people from SM Men's Fashion we got to cover the runway show held the evening after David Gandy's interview. It was packed and I think we were able to see what's coming next for this particular brand. I must say, they've got a bright future ahead of them!
Punk Rock Street Wear was first. I guess they've been inspired by this look which has been more liberating in fashion houses in Europe and the US. SM Men's Fashion is conquering the global stage and this definitely is a good start.
I love the denim pants, denim jackets and the coats for a more dressed up look. I also like the shoes they are wearing. Mark Mc Mahon, Brent Javier and the SM Men's Fashion models are mighty tight. I love their set.
Simple, easy to wear and pair up with your existing clothing. SM Men's Fashion really took it up a notch and made these outfits available to the Philippine market.
It was reminiscent of the 80's, like laser lights and neon was just starting. Then for a slightly more dressed up feel, here's Hideo Muraoka!
Then a slightly urban look, more on the use of sweaters came along.
Now honestly, I don't think that part worked but some of the individual pieces were good no?
Here's Fabio Ide to light your fire. Goodbye ovaries LOL
It was a good play on colors and layers. I think that was still a fall/winter thing if I'm not mistaken. Since this is SS2014, we're going to get a more summery look.
Then came the moment we've all been waiting for. The 6 foot 3 blue eyed Supermodel from Essex finally appeared! Here's David Gandy!
Then a final walk for the models. This is SM Men's Fashion SS 2014.
And that's a wrap! That's actually the whole show. I hope since some of you were not able to go, this gave you a front row seat at the fashion show.
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