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Manitou - JEROEN VanTUYL SS 2010

Inspired by the craftsmanship of Native American clothing, JEROEN VanTUYL presented his eighth menswear collection 'Manitou' SS 2010 during Paris Men's Fashion Week.

By Editor / 01-07-2009

Jeroen van Tuyl presented his latest collection (SS 2010) recently during Paris Men's fashion week. Presenting for the eighth time in Paris, the Dutch menswear designer chose for a different format other than a catwalk this time: a performance.

The Manitou collection sees subtle influences from the clothing of Native Americans. Their respect for nature, special way of decoration and the high level of craftsmanship of the clothing inspired Van Tuyl's collection for SS 2010. Fabrics such as cotton, poplin and jersey, wool, linen, canvas and suède in black, brown, beige, grey, white, bordeaux and salmon add a contemporary feel. In addition, straight lines and shapes originate from traditional Indian costume, as is found in the previous work of Van Tuyl. At first glance, the simplicity of the fabrics and designs are elaborated with special details. For example wide bands alongside the collar, jackets without lepels, and accessories: belts and jewellery, bangles on the upper arms and around the neck. 

Based in Rotterdam, Jeroen van Tuyl established his menswear label JEROEN VanTUYL in 2000. Immediately, he chose to present his seasonal collections in Paris. Van Tuyl's designs are available for sale in The Netherlands, France, Russia and Canada.

Photography: Peter Stigter

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