Rochambeau – Spring 2012 Review – Cutting Edgy Menswear

Rochambeau’s Spring 2012 collection has a medieval sexiness to it. Last spring, we saw button-downs and jackets. In this collection, the designers, Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper, took more risks. Vests and blazers with asymmetrical lines fall and drape seamlessly. Pants and shorts are high waisted and wide-leg, accenting the curves and waist of the male figure.

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story by Ashley Roberts
photos by Pete Cameron Dominkovits

Rochambeau‘s Spring 2012 collection has a medieval sexiness to it. Last spring, we saw button-downs and jackets. In this collection, the designers, Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper, took more risks. Vests and blazers with asymmetrical lines fall and drape seamlessly. Pants and shorts are high waisted and wide-legged, accenting the curves and waist of the male figure.

The designers inspiration, New York City is vividly referenced in all aspects of this season’s collection. As soon as I walked into the presentation I immediately recognized the hard and edgy man you would see walking down the street in Lower East Side. The more these designers create, the more defined their vision is becoming, and more risks they seem willing to take; leaving one to wonder what’s to come next.

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