During New York Fashion Week, Keith Herron, designer of Advisry, presented the brand’s Spring/Summer ‘23 collection, entitled “Masculin Feminin.” Inspired by the French New Wave film of the same name, which follows a man and his interviews of female characters, runway models walked down in tailored separates, structured denim, and modern plaids.
“Like the film [Masculin Féminin by Jean-Pierre Léaud], the collection explores womenswear and the different facets of it from a naive perspective, and results in being a timeless reflection of today’s youth,” the designer shared in show notes.
It’s this sense of originality and function that attracted notables like Bethann Hardison, Monaleo, Duckwrth, Dave East and Quen Blackwell to the front row. Masculin Feminin and collections of seasons past, pull inspiration from the Sacramento born-designers favorite things: fashion, art, film, and music.
With the vision of “Black pride, spirituality, and love,” since the ripe age of 13, the creative has been designing timeless clothing that are still wearable 20 years from now.