There is no doubt that Breton has resisted the test of time.Marine stripes are a first leg to nail the style of Laissez-Faire of the French girls;demonstrating to be as suitable for modern fashion dishes as Breton for the French Navy in the nineteenth century.
For some, Breton can evoke memories of British holidays by the sea.Although it serves those getaways, this season, Breton has been revitalized by the street style set and reaffirmed as more than an essential for summer holidays.
The trick to relive the Breton is an intelligent style: instead of combining a striped top or a polar lining with Capri pants (although it is not necessary to discard it until it is tested), the modern Parisians and the Scandinavian influencers combine the Breton withHull white jeans and Birks (Birkestock), 'It' bags and sunglasses.
By Liam Freeman
The spring/summer parades of 2021 were plagued by Breton inspiration.The designers gave an elegant twist to the usual classic: in Celine, Hedi Slimane populated their showcase with cutting t -shirts cut, combined with jeans and standard baseball caps;Olivier Rousteing presented Breton garments for men and women with accentuated shoulders in Balmain, and Daniel Roseberry photographed his muse of Schiaparelli, Maggie Maurer, with a simple Breton dress.In the 2022 Resort, the stripes in Tweed Bouclé in Chanel and the Breton knitted garments in navy and white in Dior.
Florence Tetier recovered the Breton firm of Jean Paul Gaultier for his Les Marins collection, offering a turn to the sailor stripes approved by generation Z, with the presence of fashion fans and enthusiastic Bella Hadid.The new creative director of the brand - who took Gaultier's helm earlier this year - turned to Nicolas Lecourt Mansion, Ottolinger, Palomo Spain, Marvin M'toumo and Alan Crocetti to reinterpret the infallible classics of Jean Paul Gaultier.Gaultier's iconic Morphing dress, seen for the first time on the Cyberbaba spring/summer catwalk, was reincarnated for the occasion, accompanied by Kitsch sailor hats and preappy neck scarves.
In June, Lyst reported that "nautical" searches, "sailor" and "fisherman" increased 66%, and interest in "Breton" shot 44%.Several months later, as autumn is approaching, our enthusiasm for stripeBuy more useful at this time. My gaze cannot stop gravitating towards the Breton, "says British Vogue Shopping Director, Naomi Smart," the new reinterpretations are anything but the usual design, with exaggerated stripes, fisherman necksand zippers in a whole series of discreet colors. "Consider this Breton again a reinvented classic that will serve your closet for years.
By Maria Belen Archetto
Vogue editors have marked the refreshing Breton fabrics of Khaite among their favorite contemporary versions, as well as the Marinière de Totême and Celine styles.Keep reading to see the best Breton garments you can buy now.
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