hearing-colors

The body and soul somehow coexist alongside one-another. Which one nourishes which is mostly unclear – yet the power and wisdom inherent in the soul’s immortal nature tends to define it as being of far greater meaning. Thus an organic, choice and higher fashion sense for configuring life, feeling the excitement of the new is in order. To perfect the composition which is oneself, a spirit is needed that goes beyond the constraints of the temporal body.

These are unique times…

Time to take a deep breath and start again. An approach similar to that suggested in Wittgenstein’s work “Remarks on Color”. A time when one comes just that bit closer to conceptualizing themself. Those who seek it can discover a more engaging life-style, and for those who wish, there is a way to live a life closer to your true self. There are so many options to be taken at little cost. “hearing-colors” points to a different conscience.

For millennia man has tried to pin down the idea of what makes us human and what humanity is, and the terms and meanings are still developing today. “hearing-colors “ is a new type of humanity. Actually, a new type of awareness. For it is not simply enough to be human anymore, but to be aware of nature and our place within it.

Awareness increases to power to look forward. It increases the understanding and grace of design.

We are looking into ourselves with more simplicity and more life. For this reason, awareness is the theme of the season. We will make room for further details.

The idea of living well and sporting one’s identity through appearance are converging. We are demanding higher quality cuts, forms and personality in our collections.

Our brands are improving. They are beginning to get to know us. And design is working in better harmony with nature and the universe. The brands are reflecting our values and our values are emanating onto our brands.

A different sense in style forges a different way of life. Bold choices can move us and make us feel free and true. The colors are more personal and toned. Jackets are more upstraight, pants are more aesthetic with chic cuts, while colors are more natural. Shirts, sweaters and shoes of specialized leather evoke the look of a true gentleman at unequivocal ease. A fashion sense that reflects a life lived. In these times it is possible to see homo urbanus becoming one with nature. Living for enjoyments, a hedonist in a pastoral sense.

Going onwards and upwards in the world of men’s fashion, CLIMBER B.C is constantly pushing the boundaries. We are working harder in the name of creating trends, reading currents and increasing our understanding to reflect the life style of the times to produce and create innovative items. We form smaller brands and put on special projects.

Today, we emphasize the “ecologic” aspects of life.

Theme. N U M A N I T Y.

In our previous collections our items have maintained a certain balance between chic and comfort. We have always had an appreciation of the practicalities of everyday life, as well as the choices of those we look up to. For urban life, a calm and stripped down attitude, reflected with the addition of a chic and high class appearance, thus forms a winning synthesis.

Perhaps on this point it is avant-garde style which provides most fitting base for which to bring this look and feel together, focusing on chic, high class fashion but using comfort-centric cut and form with which we could put something of our imagination into.

Innovative, positive, style This season, our NUMANITY concept is a first in men’s fashion. The new, stiped-down attitude forged from the chains that bring humanity together, from the city to the country.

Some of the season’s surprizes include new, creative textures in pant design, along with T-shirt designs that toy with the slogans and adages by such notable avant-gardes as Sylvia Plath and Charles Bukowski. White vintage trousers. Tight fitting jeans. The color palette for pant varieties this seaons include ice blue, white, grey, grey-blue, beige and chrome yellow. Skinny, super skinny styles, if reflecting a more youthful, teenage spirit, have now been adapted and presented as part of our “androgynous” grouping. White shirt collections. All dark shades of pants like black-navy and grey lycra match perfectly with these. White shirts and tight fit trousers will cut you a new shadow for the Summer 2o15. Knitted sports jackets, special construction T-shirts and tops, colored micro-fibre coats and jackets, limitless varieties of jeans and non-denims in beige, blue, navy and black. This personal collection includes hundreds of extra items to complete the look, including leather, suede, chic and comfortable footwear with two-tone form, matt and polished leather belts in every shade, all with classy and creative details.

The Summer 2o15 collection’s strength lies in the details, while the jackets are perfected in color, texture and form, CLIMBER B.C’s own jeans collection displays richness and choice. With every season, our range displays greater precision and character in every combination. The personal touches added to CLIMBER B.C’s collection go right down to the smallest details, added to otherwise plain, stylish and functional clothing. The collection displays both the urban style we love in world fashion, with comfortable weekend wear ideal for the summer season in linen, cotton and other choices in materials cut to a youthful, dynamic and inventive form.

Climber design group designs also display incredible woolen jacket designs and plain monopetos designed according to the theme of the season. CLIMBER B. C’s 2o15 summer range is an important offering from our country to the world of men’s fashion. We stress this point as the world watches with interest as we hire some of the world’s biggest models in men’s wear. The season’s most well-known face must surely be Andrea Marccacini who has been working with CLIMBER B.C for two seasons and has seen us rise to become one of the most followed and talked about brands.

CLIMBER B.C 2o15 summer campaign photography. 16th September 2o14. Istanbul

Reflecting on our previous studio photo shoots and the personal chic, attitude and identity we put into our brand at CLIMBER B.C, we decided it was about time to take it outside. The colors of our current collection are made up of softer and more natural, in harmony with the seas, the skies and minimalist perfection, therefore making it instantly at harmony with nature. We thus decided we should reflect this. After a lot of work, we brought together two models and one concept. Namely, we got together with OXFORD NIELSON, a face familiar to British GQ Magazine readers from ads for Calvin KLEIN and LOUIS VUITTON, as well as CHRIS O who came to join us after a long casting process to display our summer 2015 range, and add some of their own style to it.

DYNAMIC AND INVENTIVE

The Summer 2015 collection’s strength lies in the details, while the jackets are perfected in color, texture and form, Climber B.C’s own jeans collection displays richness and choice.

With every season, our range displays greater precision and character in every combination. The personal touches added to Climber B.C.’s collection go right down to the smallest details, added to otherwise plain, stylish and functional clothing.

The collection displays both the urban style we love in world fashion, with comfortable weekend wear ideal for the summer season in linen, cotton and other choices in materials cut to a youthful, dynamic and inventive form.

Climber design group designs also display incredible woolen jacket designs and plain monopetos designed according to the theme of the season.

Climber B.C.’s 2015 summer range is an important offering from our country to the world of men’s fashion. We stress this point as the world watches with interest as we hire some of the world’s biggest models in men’s wear.

The season’s most wellknown face must surely be Andrea Marccacini who has been working with Climber B.C. for two seasons and has seen us rise to become one of the most followed and talked about brands.

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