Paul Smith Fall/Winter 2012 | Paris Fashion Week

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Published January 22, 2012

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Updated January 14, 2015

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The Calm Before the Storm–Basking in hues of blue and black, Paul Smith sends his men out to sea for his fall/winter 2012 collection. Capturing the iridescent quality of water, various fabric finishes gave the range depth as Smith executed easy garments with a subtle twist. Layering fluorescent colors with darker counterparts, the algae of the sea was translated into a novel idea, while anchors and various sea creatures gave life to charming collection accents.


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