Well, it doesn't always translate that what works for the femmes works well if translated into menswear. Just look at the pretensions at Givenchy. It might be still better to leave Tisci doing women's clothes... but still curiosity runs through my veins with a bit of wishful thinking and imaginary how these designers would interpret a male muse.
1. Stella McCartney: a designer who's always stayed true to her nature and such efortless and mindless chic operating with her clothes makes me want to have her do menswear... and they do a lot of tailored pieces which is another consideration.
2. Clare Waight-Keller: the designer's boyish charm chez Chloé always gets me.
3. Bouchra Jarrar: her keen attention to detail is super!!!!
4. Alessandro Dell'Acqua (under N°21): Dell'Acqua has always been a childhood favourite so I was quite sadenned by him discontinuing his menswear.
5. Anthony Vaccarello: Severely sexy that's good enough to take us to that sex-y quotient of the 90's.
6. Barbara Bui: Rock and roll infused comme d'habitude... the men could make use of that good fusion as John Richmond doesn't do it so well.
7. Alexandre Vauthier: A bit of camp or un certain camp would work and make menswear sensible.
8. Isabel Marant: at the heart of Americana and romanticising it by way of the charming French designer.
9. Reed Krakoff: architectural to new heights.
10. Marco Zanini (chez Rochas): Quirky chic.