Flock Accessories by Lanvin Men


Travels, adventures… the Lanvin man hurries towards his destiny as if he were on the

run, with a backpack, a giant orange Doctor Bag or numerous flock accessories, the real

headliners of this collection, in hand.

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Flocking, the textile screen printing technique popular in the 1980s, has made a big comeback

at Lanvin using a fresh new medium for summer 2014: leather.

Like a velvety print on precious leather, hand-strap cases and zipped pouches are crafted from

green or sky blue viscose. The large size is adorned with a strap in double green foal leather

into which he slips his hand for a laid-back approach. Glasses cases in grey pearl grained

calfskin and flocked with a grey-green technical fabric acts as a mini pouch for the man who

likes to travel light. The dandiest will opt for the backpack version in black nubuck flocked

with electric blue viscose. The chic school-boy look is highlighted by a pair of flocked,

buckled loafers with a studded finish or a pair of double-strapped sandals in the same tones.

 

I like the colors of the bags, men can match them with their outfits easily, and they come in different sizes, depending on the needs. If you’re going to the gym, you can have the backpack, if you’re travelling and need a small bag to take all your shaving products, you can choose one of the small ones that can attach to your hand.

 

What about you men? Do you like carrying bags? Which do you think is more practical for you? 

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One thought on “Flock Accessories by Lanvin Men

  1. Mary Laloli May 14, 2014 at 7:43 am Reply

    I think men who carry bags are very trendy – it adds to their masculinity. There are so many choices in men’s handbags these days – clutch, shoulder, crossbody, messenger, briefcases, portfolios, satchels, backpacks – all look great. I particularly like Italian leather bags as they look classy and last a lifetime.

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