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Fashion is a carrier of history and culture more than dressing. Viewing from a
horizontal comparison, every country’s fashion contains its own characteristics
so that the so called European style and Eastern philosophy have born; Viewing
from a vertical comparison, the main themes pursued perpetually in human
beings development process are repeatedly presented in different ages—nature,
religion, sentiment, politics……,and travel.

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  1. 1. Fashion Territory Bloghttp://www.fashion-territory.comTravel and World in Men’s Clothing (1)[Louis Vuitton, Men’s Clothing, Mediterranean style, Hermes]Fashion is a carrier of history and culture more than dressing. Viewing from ahorizontal comparison, every country’s fashion contains its own characteristicsso that the so called European style and Eastern philosophy have born; Viewingfrom a vertical comparison, the main themes pursued perpetually in humanbeings development process are repeatedly presented in different ages—nature,religion, sentiment, politics……,and travel.The behavior of travel appeared along with or even before the born of humanbeing (imagining human’s ancestors traveled thousands of miles crawling fromocean to continent.) . Maybe it’s a real need for human being to travel at the verybeginning (such as hunting or migrating). Travel is not as simple as from onepoint to another one on map, which relates to material world as well as human’ssoul. Today’s modern men’s clothing has absorbed every aspect of travel’smeanings for a long time. Different brands’ ideas reveal different attitudes andviewpoints toward travel—the original behavior of human beings, while thecommon meaning presented by them is the everlasting exploration to thematerial world and the human’ s deep inside.Originality and Conquest LustGoethe said: “the purpose of traveling is appreciating the scenery alongsideinstead of reaching the end.” However, for some men, on the contrary, travelingfor them is to reach a destination, a symbolized place. The meaning of travel lies page 1 / 2
  2. 2. Fashion Territory Blog http://www.fashion-territory.com in exercise, in the releasing of some original impulse and hormone. Some muscular males, tall and strong, are inciting defiance to high mountains and oceans endlessly, which are the images we have seen from advertisements of numerous outdoor brands, such as Timberland, The North Face and Levi’s. Before them are some unknown roads while they seems have the instinct to conquer everything. Noah Mills acted as a sail-setting man in 2011Calzedonia’s spring-summer advertisement. An almost original man in a small boat floating on a boundless sea shows a harmonious relationship between human and nature on one hand, while the man controls the whole world at the same time, which is enough to stir countless male creatures’ blood. By comparison, the style is not so important. For most outdoor brands, their designs have much in common—strips and grid, slim materials, burly structures and outstanding colors, which have nothing goodness to tell, but these simple designs have been gaining love from consumers year after year. It is because of the totem flavor of these designs. Generations of men succeed the natural instincts trickling in the blood from their ancestors and take the originality release and constantly conquest as the final target. Another factor is men’s infatuation for various sceneries of the different places—the mysterious land left with footprint or expected to step one day. The Mediterranean style described by Salvatore Ferragamo, the American idyllic scenery outlined by Club Monaco, the wonderful view of polar region shot by Hermes, the African continents caught by Louis Vuitton, are mortally lust for men. page 2 / 2Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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