The Bohemian scene refers to a subculture of intellectual fringe groups predominantly engaged in literary, pictorial artistic and musical activities.
And just these “fellows” have inspired the coming spring/summer 2013 collection: gallerists, painters and musicians whose style is chic and still casual, individual and urban.
In the men’s collection intensively coloured knits and jerseys meet slightly washed suits and blazers of structured cotton qualities.
The Marc O’Polo Bohemians: individual, discerning – and casual.
What you see is what you get: The Casual collection spring/summer 2013 illustrates the nonchalant nature of the Marc O’Polo man on first sight. Overall, the look is clean – but deliberate breaks and partly offbeat accents always ensure an unconventional touch. A rich spectrum of various shades of blue and green forms the basis of the individual styles, contrasted by non-colours such as grey and beige.
Denims are the key pieces for warm days – on the one hand as coloured 5-pocket version in strong summer colours such as yellow or red; on the other hand with a rinse and raw finish in very intensive shades of blue. Oxford shirts underline the Bohemian’s individuality by employing three different blues. Striped Oxford shirts with overprinted floral patterns are further eye catchers in the early summer. Cotton jackets in clean and washed options feature loving details such as contrasting seams and buttons. The exceptional lining with a special pattern shows character.
Photos & text Copyright Marc O’Polo.