Weekly Instagram Roundup: Lindberg Eyewear, Jimmy Choo, and More
This week’s complete social snapshot, distilled for your pleasure.
From the hottest celebrity parties to the regretful morning-after shots, ESSENTIAL HOMME‘s Weekly Instagram Roundup brings all of the hottest designer, model, and trendsetting pics from the week directly to you. After all, no one has time to scroll through anything but the best.
Online fashion haven Mr. Porter shared a tantalizing look at its upcoming Gucci collaboration with just a single pair of light-tinted lenses. Similar to those featured in the Italian house’s Spring/Summer 2017 eyewear campaign, with just a slight bridge alteration, the image heralds a collection that could follow the same print-heavy, color-crazed Gucci looks of late, should the decadent accompanying video, available only on the account’s Instagram story, be any hint.
Jimmy Choo released a first look at its Pre-Fall 2017 line, turning its focus from the sensual edge of last year’s aesthetic towards a more simplified ethos. Approaching the looks with a dependable and long-lasting hand, the British brand seems to have found its stride—matching Spring/Summer 2017‘s everyday sensibility with the darker tones of the colder season.
Despite the unconventional approach to Todd Snyder‘s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection, don’t expect the American brand to shed its vintage heritage without a fight. Highlighting golf pros Arnold Palmer and Ben Hogan as style icons to reflect on, the label showcased the correct way to wear a polo with an aim to promote its latest update to the classic piece, all Italian cotton silk.
Jean Paul Gaultier
The controversial designer Jean Paul Gaultier, unveiled a quick look at his latest fragrance, capitalizing on the popularity of YouTube unboxing videos with a model-filled rendition of his own. Entitled #funboxing, the made-in-France brand showcased its Classique and Le Male scents in a characteristically on-tone effort from the Enfant Terrible himself.
Danish optical authority Lindberg Eyewear threw it back to 2014 London Fashion Week where it turned heads with a dazzling projection show displayed across several of the rainy city’s monuments. A favorite of both Matt Damon and ESSENTIAL HOMME June/July 2016 cover star Nick Jonas, the bespectacled brand, since Big Ben and River Thames takeover, has seen its image reworked through rounded monocled silhouettes and a look back at discreet design traditions.