Veronique Branquinho looked upon men's fashion as a selection of indispensable evergreens worn by realistic men, rather than focusing on idols, muses or remote stars. Due to her subtle approach to men’s wear, her vision can be described as nonchalant dressiness with a conceptual themes, and highest attention to detail, construction and fabrication.
In 2005 spring/summer season she expressed her interest in classical car culture that was beautifully arranged in look book presentation. Those raster printed tops, with several vintage pictures, were ongoing signature motive for many outfits within that season. Crafted from slightly elastic cotton item is perfect companion for her tailored pants and suits, and reminds us of silhouette Raf Simons proposed for his 1999 spring/summer season.
Have also a look on the collage she prepared for A Magazine with vintage cars attached below.