Numéro Homme: Nightclubbing

'Nightclubbing' from Numéro Homme 17 Printemps-été 2009
Par Miguel Reveriego, Réalisation: Serge Girardi

Foulard riveté en coton, Givenchy par Riccardo Tisci; lunettes, Dior Homme

Fantastic colors and combinations, but I can't help but imagine taking each separate piece from these outfits and incorporating them into everyday wear. Like this red jacket with jeans.

Veste en jersey technique fluo, Calvin Klein Collection; t-shirt imprimé, Lucien Pellat-Finet; leggings, American Apparel

Veste zippée en Néoprene, Thierry Mugler; t-shirt, Nike; pantalon en cuir, Dirk Bikkembergs Sport Couture

In this case, maybe just the shorts. This purple and aqua leather jacket looks sweet as candy.

Blouson en cuir tie and dye, Gucci; débardeur gansé en coton, Roberto Cavalli; short technique perforé, Nike; lunettes, Ray-Ban

On the other hand, these Ray-Ban and Dior Homme shades should only be worn with neons and fluorescents, or maybe even pastel, but the colorful palettes must be kept.

Blouson à capuche en vinyle, Emporio Armani; lunettes, Dior Homme

The Dior goggles go better with nylon, neoprene, and other technically enhanced fabrics.

Oh, and don't forget Damien Hirst. He can rock any fabric.

Veste en vinyle, Guiliano Fujiwara; débardeur en coton et lunettes, Dior Homme; jean imprimé, Levi's limited edition Damien Hirst

Blouson en cuir verni et lunettes, Dior Homme

Even though the Cyclops (the mythical creature) doesn't really see that far, this trend may be worth the narrow enjoyment.

Blouson et toile de Nylon, Moncler; t-shirt, Lucien Pellat-Finet; lunettes, Dior Homme