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Boys, boys, boys

Naš suradnik, mladi srpski dizajner Dejan Kovačević, javlja se iz Italije, gdje trenutno živi. U nastavku njegov peti tekst za whattafashion.com, koji donosimo u originalu.

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Ove nedelje odlučih da se posvetim stylish dečacima. Obzirom da je na Balkanskom poluostrvu muška moda dosta zapostavljena u odnosu na žensku, i da se mali broj dizajnera bavi dizajniranjem odeće za mlade i hip dečake, većina nas se snalazi ”Kako zna i ume”. Pored kupovine u Zari, H&M-u, i ostalim markama masovne produkcije većini nas je teško pronaći odeću “High street” ranga za kupiti , i često se možemo prepoznati na ulici tako što nosimo istu majicu ili kaput.

Vrlo često donosim garderobu iz Italije svojim prijateljima u Srbiji, a mnogi od njih čak šiju zasebne stvari kod krojačica kako bi uspeli da upotpune svoj izgled i imaju nešto unikatno i posebno.

Ovom prilikom bih želeo da pohvalim neke od dizajnera koji se uprkos tržištu muške mode na Baklanu, koje nije razvijeno, bore da predstave svoju viziju modernog dečka i čije bih modele vrlo rado poneo, a to su na primer Ivan Man, Van Gool, Bata Spasojević ( njihove kreacije na tri zadnje fotografije sasvim dolje).

Takođe bih želeo da pomenem da mi je vrlo drago što se pokrenula jedna mala grupica mladih muških blogera koji predstavljaju svoj lični stav i trude se da predstave svoj različit pogled na mušku modu ovim putem, kao što je na primer blog “Style by Adrijan” koji uređuje i vodi Aleksandar Ranković. Umetničku dozu muškog glamura koju predstavlja već dobro poznati stilista “Srđan Šveljo” na svom sajtu “Urbanlook” izuzetno cenim, kao i njegovu veliku želju da predstavi sve ono sto je novo na našim prostorima, i pomogne mladim dizajnerima da dobiju širu publiku.

U ovoj kolumni ću vam predstaviti neke od svetskih street style momenata sa ulica Pariza i Milana koji su meni izuzetno zanimljivi i inovativni. Kako ukombinovati predmet koji spada pod klasiku muškog odevanja sa avangardnijim odevnim komadima, ponekad cak i iz ženskih kolekcija, zarad jednog inovativnog i zanimljivog izgleda zbog kog će se sigurno okrenuti za vama na ulici. Ovi momci imaju stila, dovoljnu dozu glamura, i pažljivo iskonstruisanu estetiku koja istog momenta kada se ugleda, daje jedan vizuelni impakt. Kaput koji ste našli u dedinom ormanu više ne mora da izgleda kao iz prošle ere, samo bacite neki Givenchy ispod njega.

Obzirom na vremenske pogodnosti, i da nam se svima čini da je jesen umesto proleća, iskoristite ove primere i primenite ih na svoj orman, i budite fabulous.

Do sledeće kolumne…

Arrivederci

Dejan

stylebyadrian.blogspot.it
www.urbanlook.info
www.bataspasojevic.com
www.ivanman.com
image source: www.greedyboys.com

This week I decided to dedicate this article to stylish boys. Due to the fact that Balkan Peninsula Men’s fashion is quite neglected in comparison to the female, and that a small number of designers in fact design menswear for young and hip boys, most of those young guys search their own ways to present their personality and attitude towards the clothing. In addition to shopping at Zara, H & M, and other brands of mass production for most of us it is hard to find clothes that are in “High Street” rank to buy, and you can often see some other boy wearing the same shirt or coat that you bought.
Very often I bring clothes from Italy to my friends in Serbia, and many of them even sow separate things with a seamstress in order to manage to complete their look and have something unique and special.

On this occasion I would like to pay tribute to some of the designers that despite the menswear market that is not developed are struggling to present their vision of a modern boy and whose pieces I would gladly wear, such as for example IvanMan, Van Gool and Bata Spasojevic.
I would also like to mention that I’m very that there is a small group of young male bloggers who represent their personal vision and are trying to present their different views on men’s fashion in this way, as for example blog “Style by Adrian” which is edited and hosted by Aleksandar Rankovic. Artistic dose of glamor to the male fashion is brought by already well-known stylist Srdjan Sveljo on his website, “Urbanlook”. I admire so much his great desire to present all that is new in our region, and help young designers to get a wider audience.

In this column, I’ll introduce you to some of the world’s street style moments from the streets of Paris and Milan, which are incredibly interesting and innovative. How to combine classic menswear pieces with avant-garde pieces of clothing, sometimes introducing even pieces from the women’s collection, for the sake of an innovative and interesting look for you will be certainly be given some notice on the streets. These guys have style, a sufficient dose of glamour, and carefully contrived aesthetic that immediately when it’s seen, gives a visual impact. Coat that you found in grandpa’s closet does not have to look like it’s from the last era, just throw some swag Givenchy below it.
Due to the weather , and that we have fall instead of the spring, use these examples and apply them to your wardrobe, and be fabulous.

To the next column …

Arrivederci

Dejan

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