paris: henrik vibskov s/s 2015 men's collection

© henrik vibskov / photography: shoji fuji

traditionally one of the most colourful designers partaking in paris fashion week, henrik vibskov's s/s 2015 men's collection comes with the designer's signature bells and whistles. once again it's a mash-up of elements taken from just about anywhere: from visions of rotating cement mixers and construction sites, to swimming pools and water sports. outlandish? yes. but there's a distinct street credibility in the designs that makes it fun to look at and obviously wear. the show saw models sporting monk-like headpieces and specially made tight-fitting neoprene water shoes, a quirky new addition to vibskov's long range of striking men's silhouettes. the s/s 2015 men's collection is full of knits, artworks rotate, and brick motifs that become the building blocks of sweat styles. double-faced jersey is cut up and re-constructed, and 3d structures are created out of intricately assembled patterns. bold orange, white and mint stand out amongst more subtle dark blues and curry shades. shown here are seven looks from henrik vibskov's s/s 2015 men's collection collection that we particularly like. 
 

© henrik vibskov / photography: shoji fuji