Written by Mateus Andrade Seoul-based designer Munsoo Kwon presents an eclectically tailored collection named ‘…Kite Flies over Han River on a Lazy Afternoon’ for Spring/Summer 2015. For those who pay attention to South Korea’s mainstream and left-field culture is not surprising to encounter the ever present visual experimentation and mismatch on music […]
Melbourne-based menswear designer Alexandra Louise Champion Hackett serves up Shoplifters, her Spring Summer 2015 collection based on some more of her inventive textiles. True to the title, she steals from the retail industry
Moncler Gamme Bleu creative director Thom Browne plopped a boxing ring into the Palazzo del Senato in Milan and then turned it into a runway. To drive home his point of mixing prep with athletic, he layered checked tailoring under sport shorts
For Dior Homme’s Winter 2014 campaign, Notes Of A Day, creative director Kris Van Assche channeled the video art of German “social sculptor” Joseph Beuys. The idea being “masculinity as performance,” he enlisted Willy Vanderperre to shoot moving and still images
As enchanted as Agi Mdumulla and Sam Cotton are with fashion, they never take it too seriously. Their London-based label Agi & Sam has always designed top-to-toe ensembles with original prints that would not be out of place in a Wes Anderson movie. (Neither would their previous, moustachioed models.) But this season they kept it […]
Austrian boutique GRUNDTNER & SöHNE pokes fun at stock photos in their Spring Summer 2014 lookbook, which seems to grab cheesy images from photo libraries to superimpose models on them. “They rarely reflect the truth,” say shop owners Simon and Lukas Grundtner.