L'Homme Rouge Keeps It Romantic in Spring/Summer 2018 Lookbook

They bring you flowers in the pouring rain.

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L’Homme Rouge, the Woolmark prize-winning brand from Sweden, has unveiled its lookbook for the Spring/Summer 2018 season. The collection, which is called “Jante’s Playhouse,” which looked to the “dysfunctional Swede and everyday roleplay” as well as theatre and the works of photographer Lars Tunbjörk for inspiration.

These disparate influences resulted in a collection that creates twists on everyday clothing, making off-kilter suits, slightly oversized shirts, tapered trousers and accessories such as silk scarves which utilize illustrated prints throughout. Take a look at the gallery above to see the L’Homme Rouge Spring/Summer 2018 collection for yourself, which is available from the brand’s web store now.

In related news, KIDILL looked to punk for inspiration in its Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

 

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