Sergio Davila SS15: Bomber Jackets

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Photography by Moises De Pena for Mykel C. Smith Creative

Next spring, bomber jackets play a big role for Peruvian designer Sergio Davila. He’s playing with different fabrics, colors and prints and I am loving all of it. The first bomber is an overall-printed satin fabric. The motif is an abstract floral print with harsh contrasts, emphasized by the shininess of the fabric. Next up, we have another interpretation of the printed bomber, with earthy tones and a more relaxed silhouette in a matte cotton fabric. The pops of red add interest to the otherwise neutral brown tones, making it a great statement jacket. Lastly, we have washed out purple cotton-bomber: we had seen the same color for the Spring ’14 season and it absolutely still works. The details are fantastic, with the diagonal seam and the updated collar, and the colorful embroidered bird is an absolute highlight. I don’t know ’bout you, but I am excited for next year :)




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