An aristocratic aesthetic, of the contemporary gentleman who chooses the clothes for his personal Grand Tour guided by a lucid and inclusive vision of himself and his environment. This is how Serdar’s FW 2021 collection becomes a manifesto of the style of a man, regardless of their geographical origin
The difference is all in the DNA of the sustainable fabrics used. These fabrics are part of Serdar’s internal supply chain. The leather is used, as is the entire animal it comes from. In the same way that even, the smallest details, zips and buttons, made with recycled materials. This eco- conscious approach to fashion utilises local artisans with specific customizations created in Serdar’s own atelier.The fabrics create a path that focuses on the sartorial context of the male wardrobe, symbols that make for a unique result of urban sophistication.
The luxury jersey and nylon, subverted with modernity, thanks to the “Paw Print”, designed by Serdar, in gray / black and green / black.A subtle yet, precise game that focuses on the corduroy and ‘corduroy effect’ jersey explored in casual and elegant aspects.
Garments with perfect cuts, and the softness of the new cozy nylon, in its shiny and matt variations; which also, leaves room for denim, in its most comfortable and soft versions, irresistible in the high-necked jacket, also realised in luxurious leathers. Contrasts and combinations in infinite harmony. Modern textures capable of representing the needs of the male wardrobe in all circumstances, primarily, practicality, enhanced by the breathable water-resistant texture of outerwear. With the same attention, as always, leather outerwear,
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synonymous with the elegant aesthetics closely linked to the essential performance of these pieces.
A collection that, between lighter and heavier fabrics, favours a dynamism without borders and free from climatic conditions: here are the precious reversible coats that combine comfort with elegance, the eclectic new-style tracksuits.The attention to detail typical of Serdar relies on graphic overlays and velvet finishes, then elevating the garments thanks to sartorial inserts make the purity of the lines protagonists of the silhouettes.
The palette itself does not give rise to excesses by lingering on classic tones – white, black, camel and brown and blue – and with dusty hues of beige.