Bad boy comes in town in the latest Balmain spring-summer season's lookbook. Label's creative director Olivier Rousteing was inspired by 1970s skiing, motorcycle racing and Formula 1 which were seen in his graphic and energetic looks. I love the way Rousteing incorporated sports with sophisticated details. The key colors of summer are red, black and white- true colors of real racing. I personally see kind of military style, athlete superstar and formal wear combinations in this collection. All the presented looks are ideal for streetwear. All in all, the looks are bold, masculine and edgy.
That's a cool pale yellow Perfecto worn with casual dusted black top and black jeans.
Faded denim military-uniform jacket with patch pockets and emblems patches is worn with dust red polo, white jogging pants tucked in open-toe black sport boots.
Orange-black hoodie with lace-up details is paired with moto style black leather fitted pants tucked in open-toe mountain boots.
The orange hoodie is paired with skinny running trousers in white, blue and orange lines.
The white striped slim-fit tee with emblem patch on the shoulder and buttons is paired with black skinny pants tucked in open-toe black boots.
Moto jacket in faded orange is worn with skinny running trousers.
Embellished jacket covered in elaborate Navajo patterning with navy sport separates
Patent black leather outerwear is paired with hoodie and leather biker pants.
That's my favorite kimono-style biker outerwear with diagonal zip.
Black and white monochrome sports outfit.
How about double-breasted blazer with quilted details. That's an impressive piece for those guys who want to look aggressive and sharp.
It looks like we see my favorite denim blazer, which has a smart look and modernized details.