“Man of the Future” Fall/Winter 2013-14 Seattle , WA
â€œSet at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, a conglomerate of the SAM, Francisco Hernandez once again delivered a collection more innovative than the last. The atmosphere of the intimate gathering exuded effortless cool with soft lounge music playing in the background and artistic beauty all around. The moment the lights fell, the energy of the collection filled the air. The leather clad Fall/Winter 2014 Collection exuded industrial masculine chic by playing with textiles, textures, and layers.â€? http://www.dlistmagazine.com/dlist-blogs/dress-design/post/fashion-review-built-for-man-fall-winter-2014-runway-show
â€œBuilt For Man designer Francisco Hernandez put on an amazing show at the Seattle Asian Art Museum on Tuesday, March 19. The crowd was attractive and well-heeled and the whole event felt very luxe, thanks to the gorgeous building, intriguing art and beautiful male models dressed in sleek, modern and impeccably made clothing.â€? http://seattlemag.com/built-man-dresses-man-and-woman-future
â€œThe designer said his futuristic line was about "playing around with the concept of binary and embroidery," but the black and white sleeveless turtleneck tees paired with Peruvian knitted hats were basics that could be easily worn by any man,â€?
Dandysme â€œDetails once again played a crucial role in differentiating Built For Man from the competition, a clever use of binary code made its appearance throughout the line in the form of embroidery down the sides of leather pants and woven across large scarves. â€œ
“The menswear line features “designs made for the outlaw in you.” Along with the brand’s signature knits, the collection was filled with leather. Jackets, pants and even bodysuits all fit to perfection.”
SCARVES HOODED HATS