Drawing the curtains back on the latest fashion narrative, Fursac’s Fall/Winter 2023-24 Campaign emerges as a homage to French sartorial elegance, while painting an evocative picture of a journey led by Fursac’s creative captain, Gauthier Borsarello. Draped in history and contemporary flair, this collection bridges the rich traditions of French workwear with the allure of regional style nuances, giving life to a masterful blend of comfort and sophistication.
In a consistent rhythm with the themes Borsarello has embraced for three seasons now, the alpine vibe this year is hard to miss. One can almost feel the tranquil ambiance of the alps, the soft glow emanating from the comforting chalets and the hushed whispers of snowflakes settling on mountaintops. Yet, through photographer Thurstan Redding’s sharp-eyed perspective, the Fursac ensemble isn’t confined to mountainous terrains. It tells the tale of a suave man, reminiscent of an enigmatic spy, whose charm is as palpable amidst snowy slopes as it is beneath the metropolitan lights.
Let’s talk signature styles. Taking center stage is a shearling number in a commanding stone hue, radiating a robust masculine aura. An ecru roll neck subtly contrasts with a taupe suit, paired effortlessly with a white spear collar shirt and a woven wool tie in tow. The green solaro herringbone suit is a refreshing addition, and when it comes to footwear, spazzolato leather oxfords with delightful floral toecaps step into the spotlight.
However, the beauty lies in the details. The end-to-end woven gray suit, paired with a swallow collar shirt and snow leopard print tie, is a testament to Fursac’s meticulous attention. The charcoal gray flannel double-breasted uniform exudes class while the midnight blue palatine velvet tuxedo, adorned with floral embroidery and a dapper bow tie, promises to be a showstopper.
Closing the circle, the herringbone suit is impeccably matched with layers of taupe and ecru knitwear, cementing Fursac’s Fall/Winter 2023-24 Campaign as not just a collection but an experience; a journey through the scenic byways of France’s rich fashion lineage, skilfully steered by Gauthier Borsarello. This season, Fursac isn’t just wearing tradition; it’s living it.
Photographer: Thurstan Redding (@thurstanredding)
Model: Henry Kitcher (@henrykitcher)
Artistic direction: ljbtn studio (@ljbtnstudio)
Creative direction: Gauthier Borsarello (@gauthierborsarello)
Casting: Adam Hindle (@adamhindlecasting)
HMU: Louis Ghewy (@louisghewy)
Production: white dot (@white_dot_prod)
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