It’s raining men on Day Four of Montreal Fashion Week with kitschy beach boys from Ralph Leroy and urban nomads at Ezra Constantine.
By: Lara Ceroni
Ralph Leroy Aaah, finally. After three days of viewing the spring 2011 women’s collections at the
Marché Bonsecours, critiquing the season’s best dresses, lipstick shades and fave baubles, Day Four brought us into the world of men, and we welcomed the invite with open arms. First up, Ralph Leroy. The theme of the collection is inspired by the easy, breezy looks of the outdoor set: Kayaks lined the runway as buff beach boys in olive board shorts and linen t-shirts walked alongside their fisherman mates in crisp, white rain jackets and ruched, salmon-hued pants. Stand-out pieces included a sky-blue peacoat with a paisley print and the army-green slim suit with exposed zippers. Very nice.
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