Hot spanish brand Pull&Bear rocked the men's fashion world with it's new fall winter collection! Look, who's that hottie in the photos? It's the fabulous Adrian Cardoso! Love him, by the way!! ♥♥♥
The land sailor, a tough man used to the cold who usually wears comfortable and warm clothes to protect him from the harsh winters. Woollen cloth three-quarter-length jackets, duffel coats, striped shirts, thick knits and woolly hats in navy, off white, grey and yellow.
The skier look from the Aspen ski resort in the 80s is reflected in a collection in which anoraks, jeans and hats stand out. Colours range from black, red, white, blue and green, and the fabrics are nylon and tweed, plush and technical knit.
United States is again the point of reference. This time Harvard and its university life serve us to fill the collection with trench coats, denim jackets, striped scarves and checked shirts. And we mustn't forget the obligatory t-shirts with college prints. Cotton, tweed, woollen cloth, Oxford check, poplin and leather are the main fabrics, and navy, maroon, orange, camel, green and sand make up the colour range.
Route 66, also known as the main street of America and main route for the immigrants who travelled west, passes through the state of Arizona where the Grand canyon is located. Pull & Bear, inspired by this route, brings us comfortable garments based on checked shirts, jeans, jacquard sweaters and mountain boots. Flannel, viyella checks, leather and thick knits based on reds, navy, greens, brick reds, browns and beige.
We find ourselves in the 40s, with the immigrant that arrives in America, where the palette of colours is reduced to just three: grey, black and off white. Herringbone jackets as the main trend, cable knit sweaters and jackets, woollen hats and gloves and fabrics such as woollen cloth, herringbone, flannel and leather.
The Navajo are the most numerous indigenous nation in the United States, and they used to make a living from farming or mining. Hence the garments are comfortable, simple and easy to wear, like checked shirts and faded jeans and with a nod to the original Navajo prints on t-shirts. Highlights are the dirty-look denim, washed cotton, viyella check or slub yarn. Chocolate, maroon, orange, off white and navy make up the range of colours.