Tim Coppens F/W 2012

Posted by Stephan Moskovic | February 10th, 2012

Tim Coppens Fall/Winter 2012

For his second season, the rising menswear designer Tim Coppens continued his push forward with a futuristic take on sportswear classics that was sophisticated and sharp with a sly playfulness. Leather patches and padding toughened up a series of modernist coats and jackets, and the collection made a strong case for burgundy and khaki as colors of the season. Coppens’ vision for the future of menswear came through clearly—the look was clean and sleek with a powerful edge—and he proved himself to be top on the list of young New York designers to watch.

Photos: Betty Sze
Text: Jonathan Shia

Stylist: Tom Van Dorpe
Casting: Evelien Joos

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5 Comments to “Tim Coppens F/W 2012”

  1. John Jonas says:

    The clothes are too stiff feeling. As a guy, I’m not sure who would really wear this stuff.

  2. dand says:

    quite derivative of Ricardo Tisci at Givenchy i think, but yet not as interesting!

  3. Lucas says:

    Is that Alexander Johansson on the last picture at the side wearing white?

  4. Pierre Ellis says:

    Actually the clothes are Great. This was the freshest and most interesting Presentation for menswear here in NY. From the casting of boys to the clothes just GREAT!

  5. Maxi Lai says:

    Betty Sze did a great job on photographer! love these pics!
    spot light on those colorful wrist-wearing !! genius!!!