“I continue return to the heritage and DNA of my brand: expert hand tailoring with the clean, architectural lines and silhouettes that have been the benchmarks of the Carlos Campos collection.”
Perhaps it is the fact that Carlos Campos grew up in a design home -- son of a master tailor -- or his work at the New York City Ballet (both extremely meticulous disciplines) that contribute to his heritage of a clean, architectural silhouette. Maybe both. For his latest SS19 collection, Campos weaves crisp tailoring with a bold color palette. If you thought color blocking was out; you’re wrong. Moreover, Campos enhances the juxtaposition of hues by adding in a constructive element.
Shirts that start off as a solid at the shoulder line are finished in a bold stripe. Pants that are could appear on Savile Row are slightly tweaked with an architectural cutout that sits right on the waist line and end at the crotch. Colors such as blushes and yellows (normally seen down womenswear runways) radiate with a confident and masculine presence.
Campos marries sartorial suiting with a nod to street style.