Please welcome Bally latest Spring-Summer 2015 season's menswear lookbook, which consists of smart-casual and semi-formal essentials. Label's design director Pablo Coppola focused on ideal man's wardrobe, which is classically modern and easy to wear. There is a perfect laid-back feel in the tailored apparel and accessories, which have that special combination of retro touch and contemporary spirit. The color palette features nautical shades, gray, oxblood, emerald, eggplant, beige, black, mustard and midnight blue. Male models appear in Glen-plaid blazers, rumpled turtlenecks, striped pants and denim separates. We see truly timeless and sophisticated menswear apparel with masculine silhouettes.
The male model appears in beige light coat, chambray shirt tucked in cuffed jeans and accessorized with retro sunglasses, duffle bag and lace-up patent shoes.
Here we see suede emerald green varsity jacket with side patch pockets which is paired with Prince of Wales pants, lace-up slip-ons and two-tone briefcase:
Copper-colored calf-leather biker jacket is paired with cuffed straight jeans:
Emerald suede bomber looks awesome with navy, cropped trousers styled with overnight bag:
Another statement look, which includes a grey blazer, knitted emerald sweater, pinstripe trousers and navy overnight bag:
Suede oxblood jacket is paired with denim blue pants and roomy leather tote:
Front zip navy bomber looks pretty awesome with tailored pinstripe pants:
Leather look black bomber is styled with black and white checkered knee length shorts:
The black and white checkered bomber with black leather-look sleeves is worn with pleater trousers:
Copper-colored bomber is worn atop grey pullover and cuffed denim trousers:
That's a relaxed, everyday white beige colored suit which is worn with spacious brown tote:
Brown safari outerwear with patch pockets is worn with grey trousers:
I love this navy double-breasted suit worn with roomy knitted and rumpled turtleneck:
That's a fantastic oxblood coat paired with navy separates: