When the fabric fuses with the cut and ignites a passion in your walk, you distinctly know that you are embracing a Van Heusen creation. Understated and chic, the brand’s interpretation of fashion is the embodiment of subtle glamour, and the sharp silhouettes are always balanced by the right choice of fabrics. The Van Heusen collection comprises of tuxedos, classic suits, cross-toned shirts, jackets, chinos and slim fit shirts. Prints for summers and tweeds and a layered look for winters is the trend forecast for next year. Fuss-free, with slim cuts and with fabrics like linen, cotton & wool, this range is immensely wearable.
Vani Kannan, Head of Design at Van Heusen, shares, “We are showcasing an array of curated, slick and tailored looks in our collection, paying an ode to Power Dressing in the 20s and the 50s era.”
Mr. Vinay Bhopatkar, COO of Van Heusen and People stated, “Van Heusen is proud to be associated with GQ for Van Heusen + GQ Fashion Nights. It promises to be a one-of-a-kind fashion property in India solely focussing on men’s fashion and bringing handpicked list of designers under one umbrella to showcase their collections designed for Urban Indian male. With this association, Van Heusen once again demonstrates its leadership in bringing fashion to the Indian Men’s wardrobe.”
HATS OFF SINATRA
In this collection, Van Heusen pays tribute to the icons of menswear that have proved to be a ripe source of inspiration decade after decade. The collection has been influenced by masculine silhouettes and the pieces which have persisted and the men who wore those clothes so well. Power dressers like Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart and Clark Gable with the chic simplicity of that era personify the collection. The collection features slim shoes and sharp shoes with sweaters, polos and trenchcoat for a layered look. Starting with monochromatic black and white the collection dives into deep reds and blues.