Fall/Winter 24/25


Mans at MBFWMadrid

About Mans

Mans believes in the elegance and sophistication of classic pieces, but embraces the need for results that go beyond fashion, offering a lifestyle and image that define the modern man. The collections are freed from aesthetic constraints and allow the wearer to express himself with freedom, fluidity and confidence.

Focusing on immaculate and exuberant tailoring, Mans offers complete ready-to-wear collections with refined accessories. A mix of pure lines and vibrant colors that are illuminated by inspiring patterns with a boost of energy and lightness. From eveningwear to basics, Mans fuses classic references and youthful cultures with influences from Savile Row ateliers to Japanese techniques with a balanced playfulness.

"Mans" comes from DEMANS, one of the surnames of founder and creative director Jaime Alvarez. From an early age Jaime showed interest in different artistic expressions that finally led to the creation of his own fashion house in 2017 as a way to tell his own story and invite the world to discover his universe; Mans.

Collection lines

With the new proposal for autumn-winter 2024, MANS immerses us in a fusion of modern sophistication and timeless elegance, inspired by the English countryside and the Dandy style, betting once again on the feminine figure of Mans.

The collection features wool and cloth garments, evoking the warmth needed for the British cold, with touches of tartan, check, houndstooth and micro-corduroy. Blazers stand out as key pieces, from double-breasted jackets with endless lapels to others with cold wool front cuts and silk linings.

Skirts take centre stage with refined patterns, covering styles such as ankle-length midi and godelle. The show includes oversized jackets with large lapels and floral sleeves, providing a combination of elegance and comfort.

One of the key pieces of this collection are the dresses, in a variety of patterns, from those with a "handkerchief" effect to the more volatile ones. The puffed sleeves pay homage to British floral symbolism, while other garments play with wool, alpaca, printed and plain cloths and silks, creating optical illusions and trompe l'oeil.

The show will close with three silk dresses in dark green, burgundy and white, transporting us to the kitsch aesthetics of the UK in the late 80s and early 90s.

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