17 Aug '11, 8pm

Lucio Castro's sustainable menswear line is named after a Smiths song and inspired by French filmmaker Fernand Deligny

Lucio Castro's sustainable menswear line is named after a Smiths song and inspired by French filmmaker Fernand Deligny

is hanging out his own shingle. Unlike his former employer, however, Castro’s eponymous menswear label has a brazen emphasis on sustainable fabrics and artisanal techniques. His Spring/Summer 2012 collection, named “Nature is a language, can’t you read?” after a Smiths’ song , comprises clean-cut, minimalist pieces inspired, for the most part, by French filmmaker Fernand Deligny’s concept of “elevated simplicity.” A seemingly neutral charcoal cloth, for instance, reveals itself as a blend of neon fibers upon closer examination.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/ex-armani-exchange-designer-luci...

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