Chevignon was created in 1979, a few years after the end of the Vietnam War. Founder Guy Azoulay salvaged iconic army pieces and launched his first line based on a reinterpretation of the military wardrobe. In anticipation of its 40th anniversary, this season Chevignon pays homage to its original inspirations.
The M65 kicks off the season with iconic Vietnam War jackets reworked in tiger camouflages that are mixed with boldly-printed sweatshirts in summery colors.
For summer, a nod to Magnum P.I. with Hawaiian shirts worn with ultra-supple cotton shorts and sun-faded T-shirts. This season Chevignon proposes a casual, relaxed wardrobe that once again renews with the mythical history that made it a success 40 years ago.