For Spring/Summer 2015 we explore casual futurism in men's collections
that denotes the aesthetics and vibe that transcends gender norms
as seen at recent fashion weeks especially at "London Collections Men"
We saw a hint of androgyny and and futurism in most collections!
MIKE KAGEE FOR WORLD FASHION TRENDS
In the early 20th Century Futurism was engineered in Italy
and became a new artistic social movement revolved around
futuristic ideas of speed, technology and the industrial city.
With the invention of the car in 1886 not too long before society
was fascinated with technology that could change the way
people lived, and what inventions could follow.
The interest in the future consumed all medium in art, photography
sculpture, graphic design, theatre, literature and the way people
dressed and what is expected from feminism and masculinity.
As fashion followers and designers developing new ways of
wearing and making clothes, designers believed that the body
of the future would be different and movement in clothing
would be engineered in a completely different way to the norm,
and expected tailored lines in both men's and women's clothing.
BY MIKE KAGEE