Fuse an obvious Native American influence and an easygoing Bohemian flair for style and you have the latest collection from Trussardi 1911. Trussardi’s Creative Director, Milan Vukmirovic has successfully crafted a collection that illustrates a constant theme, while providing diversity and a path varied enough for any man to travel regardless of his susceptibility to fashion risks. At times dark, other times vibrant and bold or neutral and grounded like the sands of the desert, the spring collection provides its fair use of color. Color is beautifully weaved in and out amongst thin feather adorned tanks, paisley prints, boxy blazers, shoes and outerwear. Waistcoats are double buttoned, blazer sleeves cropped and fringe modestly applied at times for character. The collection plays it low-key with light washed denim and studded jackets before upping the ante with beautiful camel toned suede and a stunning cropped tuxedo jacket. At the end of the day, Vukmirovic’s work at the creative helm of Trussardi proves that under his direction, Trussardi 1911 is about taking conceptual risks in order to inspire those who are fashion conscious to rethink their own style boundaries.