Franklin Eugene Present Shades Of Blue – Spring/Summer 2016
The SHADES OF BLUE COLLECTION channels masculine elegance in a way that is spirited, poised, and relaxed. With a design inspiration inspired by the depth and simplicity of the color blue, the color palette transitions from indigo blue, cobalt blue, pure blue, sky blue, ultramarine, Egyptian Blue, to a deep, rich, Prussian blue.
The silhouettes include the Every Man Indigo Blue range of cotton shirts and blue jeans with their uncomplicated, commercial appeal. The blue shades then transition to the stunning Blue Wave range of cobalt blue and white men’s cocktail shirts with coordinating shorts, trousers and belts. Blue Wave Rehoboth, Blue Wave South Beach, and Blue Wave Saint-Tropez are as striking as they are cool (with the shirts being 100% chiffon) and are sure to make a splash next summer.
Shades of Blue then segues to pure blue gingham shirts styled with sky blue trousers and shorts (Gingham Ibiza, Gingham Los Angeles, and Gingham Savannah). It is easy to imagine gents wearing these outfits in the locations that bare their names. With a seamless transition, the blue shades morph to ultramarine, that mesmerizing shade of blue that shows a hint of purple in certain light.
Here, the El Mirador range of ultramarine and white blazers, waist coats, and shirts grab the spotlight. Saving the best for last, FRANKLIN EUGENE SHADES OF BLUE moves effortlessly to the pinnacles of the range – The Wroughton, a classic two button business suit in ultramarine, The Baratta, a baby blue tuxedo jacket with Egyptian blue satin finishes, and, finally The Marcel, a rich blue tuxedo jacket with black satin finishes and coordinating rich blue formal gloves that perfectly accent the trademark FRANLIN EUGENE eight button arm cuff.
The collection reflects the simple purity and complex depths inherent in the vibrant facets that comprise SHADES OF BLUE. The FRANKLIN EUGENE SHADES OF BLUE range is now available for pre-order here or you can contact them direct on: firstname.lastname@example.org.