OntFront - "Sidewalk Tailoring"

“Sidewalk Tailoring” is a term coined by the fashion label OntFront. By combining classic suit tailoring and street wear sensibility OntFront produces bold, sophisticated and fun clothes for men. According to them it is OntFront is for men who are confident and assure of themselves.
Here is their fall/winter 2009/2010 collection influenced by the Russian Tsar Nicholas II. Russian designer Liza Koifman traced back her roots and got inspired by the last emperor Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, a tsar well-known for his amazing style by wearing the finest uniforms in history. Rich suit fabrics in grey, anthracite, black and off white are majestically combined with royal red, deep purple and fur. . The collection consists of long coats, blazers, trousers, dress shirts, v-necks, baseball jackets and hooded blazers. All featured with quirky details like golden plated 3.5 mini-jack plugs on drawstrings, embroidered family weapons and shiny satin linings. The show was held in Frankfurt. Photography by Carsten Friese & Philip Hubenthal

For Spring/Summer 2009 OntFront designed a collection called “Midnight Session”. Inspired by the creative atmosphere of the underground jazz scene in the 1920’s. Classic items like a trench coat, blazer and dress shirt are combined with modern pieces like the baseball jacket and hooded sweater. Silky smooth cottons, classic pique and shiny satins contribute to the high end look and feel of the collection. While unexpected details like the mini-jack plugs and tricot cuffs keep it edgy and young. Model: Jean-Paul, Photography: Jochem Sanders


KRK said…
splendid work!