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1.16.2018

Perry Ellis

Perry Ellis creative director Michael Maccari landed on a solid, steady line of thought for this collection : "acceptable" uniforms. Or, more specifically, how the codes that have long dictated men's dressing are changing and forever becoming increasingly casual, thereby rendering a new dimension of acceptability. What came of that was a more street-salient result than in recent seasons, with a retro sportif fix, to boot (see an intarsia knit sweater emblazoned with the number 80 -1980 was the year Perry Ellis began designing menswear). Mr Maccari suggested underscoring blazers with crinkly button-downs and tees, or sporting flat-brims embroidered with the letters PE (physical education, interchangeable with Perry Ellis).This collection wasn't streetwear in the sense that we've come to know the category -it had more formality about it- but it was a measured and metered step into a relaxed zone, which was nice to see. Other parts to call out : a printed neoprene sweater, which was strong, and a handful of quarter-zips. Michael Maccari, jokingly though accurately, said, "Quarter-zips are feeling cool again, right ?" Agreed. Also : he launched shoes, most of which were hybridized versions of sneaker-loafers. One even had a removable tassel.

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