Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Gaspard Yurkievich Menswear Spring/Summer 2012


For Spring/Summer 2012, French fashion designer Gaspard Yurkievich proposes a collection of versatile clothes adapted to the fast-paced lifestyle needs of contemporary men. The suits, shirts, T-shirts and sweatshirts designed by Yurkievich were conceived so that they can be worn in both formal and casual settings. However, these garments also offer incorporate original details, such as unique tailoring, specific piping inside jackets, or the presence of the letter Y (the label’s symbol) on the back of shirts and T-shirts.


The collection includes 140 garments presented in 34 individual looks. The seven new jackets designed for the collection stand out for their slim tailoring and use of original fabrics, whereas suits come in several shades of grey punctuated by beige and ochre tones. In addition, Gaspard Yurkievich’s Spring/Summer 2012 menswear collection includes a diverse range of shirts in 11 styles and 56 variations.

Gaspard Yurkievich was born in Paris in 1972. After his studies at Studio Berçot, he won the Festival d’Hyères in 1997 and launched his first womenswear collection in 1998. Since then, his collections and shows have been the result of creative collaborations with artists, architects, actors, dancers, and musicians. Over the years, Yurkievich’s acclaim and multifaceted artistic skills have allowed him to develop collaborations with brands such as DeBeers, Evian, Jaguar, L’Oreal, MAC Cosmetics and Van Cleef & Arpels, to name a few.


In 2003, Yurkievich launched his menswear and footwear ranges, and in 2005 he started offering an accessories line and opened his first store, located in Paris. Since then, the demand for Gaspard Yurkievich’s designs has increased at a remarkable rate, and the brand’s clothes, shoes and accessories is currently available in 100 stores all over the world.

For more information, visit Gaspard Yurkievich’s website


























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