Perry Ellis S/S 11 Show

Perry Ellis Spring / Summer 2011 Collection

Creative Director John Crocco
Photos: Betty Sze for
Text: Jonathan Shia

The influence of iconic French director Jacques Tati was visible everywhere in Perry Ellis’ Spring 2011 collection, from the color block knits to the projection of swaying palm trees that covered the back of the tent. The color palette—a mélange of sherbet colors like orange, peach, and muskmelon—was straight out of “Mon Oncle,” while the midcentury Riviera feel came from “M. Hulot’s Holiday.” The wavy hair and the jazzy piano trills on the soundtrack added to the air of simple and restrained elegance, just right for a late summer trip to the shore. For the finale, the models returned in a selection of colorful and printed swim trunks, a fitting reminder that less is more when it comes to the classics.

Casting Drew Linehan for Trew Productions
Stylist Bruce Pask

1-The stylist for the collection adjusts Daniel/Fusion’s belt
2-Justin Hopwood lines up
3-Roger Frampton, Zhao Lei
4-The perfect Spring/Summer sneaker
5-Rafael Lazzini, Matt Egan
6-The twins,Jonathan and Kevin Ferreira de Sampaio are doubly handsome.
7-Patrick Kafka, Clement Chabernaud
8-Patrick and Clement
9-Vladimir Ivanov and David Agbodji
10-Justin Hopwood
11-Matt Egan and Henry Watkins
12-Diego Miguel
13-Max Motta

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  1. Diego Miguel has the most perfect body I have ever seen in my entire life. Thank you God!

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