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LCM: E. Tautz Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

By June 16, 2015Fashion News

Ada +Nik put on a dark cinematic presentation at LCM.

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Presentation images by Dylan Myers

Through the ominous eyes of Ada + Nik next year’s Spring/Summer season is all about presenting a dark cinematic look through the use of futuristic lightweight technological pieces that warp reality with a dystopian planet.

Guests sipped on cocktails unaware of the hyper intelligent journey that Ada + Nik was about to take them on that featured 60 pieces in the collection of  luxury conceptual and classic looks wavering from leather jackets, reversible bombers, showerproof tech jackets, contemporary cut t-shirts and vests. Under this broad spectrum of SS16 garments Ada + Nik development their dark print peakinf through the window of ‘SYN’ into the world of Ada + Nik.

The truly innovative use of conceptual and sustainable fabric from Ada + Nik have us here at PAUSE itching for next year’s Spring/Summer season to be wearing their rubber coated jerseys, artisan lamb nappa leather, hand woven organic denim, smooth modal and organic cotton. Wearing black in SS16 is the new black, and the PAUSE team endorse this fully. Described by critics as one of the most refreshing menswear designers in recent years, their SS16 collections reinforces this strongly as they were one of the standout shows this LC:M.

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See the full show images below:

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Ada +Nik put on a dark cinematic presentation at LCM.

IMG_5290

Presentation images by Dylan Myers

Through the ominous eyes of Ada + Nik next year’s Spring/Summer season is all about presenting a dark cinematic look through the use of futuristic lightweight technological pieces that warp reality with a dystopian planet.

Guests sipped on cocktails unaware of the hyper intelligent journey that Ada + Nik was about to take them on that featured 60 pieces in the collection of  luxury conceptual and classic looks wavering from leather jackets, reversible bombers, showerproof tech jackets, contemporary cut t-shirts and vests. Under this broad spectrum of SS16 garments Ada + Nik development their dark print peakinf through the window of ‘SYN’ into the world of Ada + Nik.

The truly innovative use of conceptual and sustainable fabric from Ada + Nik have us here at PAUSE itching for next year’s Spring/Summer season to be wearing their rubber coated jerseys, artisan lamb nappa leather, hand woven organic denim, smooth modal and organic cotton. Wearing black in SS16 is the new black, and the PAUSE team endorse this fully. Described by critics as one of the most refreshing menswear designers in recent years, their SS16 collections reinforces this strongly as they were one of the standout shows this LC:M.

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IMG_5427 IMG_5435 IMG_5442

See the full show images below:

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E. Tautz’s Spring/Summer Collection 2016 encapsulates luxury leisurewear with 1950’s style; recalling the youthful optimism of the era through bright colours and geometric prints.

Creative Director, Patrick Grant notes that a particular motivation for this collection was to present the overlooked time in a more pleasant, idealised light.

Grant’s signature high waisted trousers feature heavily throughout the collection in various cuts, alongside pleated Bermuda shorts and super wide-legged “field trousers” in raw denim. All are teamed with Christian Louboutin’s blank plimsolls, particularly redolent of the decade.

Light outerwear features in an unpredictable palette of mustard yellow, cherry red and marine blue, while squared sports shirts and Gingham safari suits are particularly reminiscent of the fashionable functionality of 1950’s leisurewear.

See the full collection below:

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