The menswear brand explores detailed tunics, modern trad sets and a lot of flattering styles for the Spring/Summer Collection crafted for the matured but conservative man who loves to look good.
With details as geometry, form fitting, solid contrasts and more mixes of bold lines, the collection housed embellished sets and tunics in different lengths. The brand reveals; "The three piece collection is targeted at the conservative matured man, appropriate for casual and formal events, bridging the gap between formal and casual wear".
The collection shows two tunics matched with a pant moving away from the 'normal' set (one tunic and one pant).
"The collection comprises of the brand Afropolitan three piece concept, which simply implies two tunics and a pant, which is a shift from the norm of a tunic and a pant. A view at the collection reveals a shift from the brand's signature colour palette and geometrical patterns to a combination of threading details and embellishments".
"We have been able to devise a way you can have two tunics that can be worn interchangeably with one trouser without having to make another, which is cost effective" creative designer of the brand Evans Akere shares about the collection.
Photography: Barret Akpokobayen
Models: Patrick Doyle, Femi Odugbemi & Kalu Ikeagwu
Makeup: Omowunmi Makeovers
Styling & Direction: Evans Akere