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Social Influencer Lisa Dengler from lifestyle and fashion blog “Just Another” does easy breezy in Nautica Women’s Cap-Sleeve Cardigan and Wide Leg Pants. Lisa’s style always inspires, as her outfits read classy-chic while also practical.
Dressed up or down, this outfit is great for date-night or mid-afternoon into dusk outdoor barbecue.
Be sure to check out more of her images below and shop her look!
On Wednesday July 13, Nautica showcased its Spring 2017 Collection at New York Men’s Fashion Week.
The collection, designed by Steve McSween, Nautica’s head of Men’s Design, was inspired by the French Riviera. The classic Mediterranean-coast style of stripes and navy tones was a strong theme throughout the show which was styled by Grant Woolhead & Michael Cook.
Designers also teamed up with Sea Bags to create limited edition bags exclusively for Nautica’s standing presentation, which was held at Skylight Clarkson Square studios in downtown New York City.
Check out some of the collection’s best looks and highlights of the presentation below!
In honor of our Men’s Spring 2017 Fashion Presentation’s Modern French Rivieratheme we’re sharing some fun facts about this Mediterranean playground!
American icon and Oscar-winning actress, Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956. The original “Royal Wedding” was aired on live television and was viewed by over 30 million people!
To this day the French Riviera is frequented by royalty, actors, models and celebrities. In 1923, Coco Chanel accidentally got a sunburn while vacationing along the coast and instantly popularized tans in fashion. Once desired fair skin was immediately a thing of the past.
The Riviera was a playground for the rich and famous but it was also a retreat for artists such as, Picasso, Matisse and Monet in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Here is a photograph of Pablo Picasso at his home in Cannes
More than 13 major events/festivals take place along this Mediterranean coastline, including, Cannes Film Festival. The first Cannes Film Festival in 1946 marked the return of French cinema to world screens.