wisdom’s 2016-2017 Autumn/Winter “Lazy Labor” collection is imbued with the spirit of a brand new label, with designs meant to invoke the idea of a brand trying to redefine the look of modern labor. The collection uses an understanding of current blue-collar designs re-interpreted by wisdom for use in contemporary fashion: a look that is…
Wer-Haus, a new concept store in the heart of Barcelona, is charming those who love art, food and fashion alike.
Ninette Schostack is a photographer specialized in menswear, portrait and still life photography based in Amsterdam.
Design collective Études has revealed a preview of their Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collection. The looks – simple, clean-cut, and innovative.
The New York and Paris based design collective Études hasn’t been around for very long, yet has quickly become one of the freshest names in contemporary menswear.
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
Military meets sport in Baartmans & Siegel SS 2015 collection. Designers Wouter Baartmans and Amber Siegel presented double layer shorts, waterproof suiting and crumpled bomber jackets
Milanese label COMEFORBREAKFAST continues to do Italian tailoring one better by rendering trousers, vests, polo shirts and shorts in street-ready fabrics.
Written by Mateus Andrade Precise simplicity and daring prints are the foundation for PATH’s Presence collection by Beijing-based designer Janine Grosche.
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…
Creole for “unity,” Jan-Jan Van Essche‘s fifth collection “Inité” draws from Haitian influences. Simplifying his patterns, the Belgian menswear designer and winner of the prestigious
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.
“In Loving Memories” of summer and bright colors, menswear brand Mai-Gidah leaves behind its previous crispy white collection and moves on to the new one.
Clean lines, juxtaposing textures and earthy colors characterize Johanna Startek’s S/S 2013 menswear collection. For the lookbook, she collaborated with photographer Monika Jeli?ska. Model Marcin Zió?ko posed for her, wearing
FROM BRITTEN P/L is the product of Alexander and Tim Britten-Finschi. The Melbourne-based label’s philosophy stems from the utility and history of menswear.
MAN and WOMAN shows are dedicated to building a well-edited community of brands from around the globe, each with their own unique identity and determined purpose; all together offering an unparalleled industry perspective on quality over quantity. This season MAN is presenting a very strong roaster of international brands in Paris from January…
The new Burberry Prorsum Mens Fall/Winter 2014-15 collection continued with the softness of the Spring/Summer 2014 that’s just being delivered to stores.
If you, like me, thought that there might have been a shift in the style, or to be honest any kind of un-welcomed change since JW Anderson was bought by LVMH, then we were wrong.
The Fall/Winter Agi & Sam collection at LC:M this week, is an interesting one.
Ssense joins forces with Pause Eddie, Brenmar & DJ Rashad to celebrate the way the Windy City moves.
Mr. Porter happily introduces what they call, “The Gifts We Want”, or, “The Gifts We’ll Be Furious Not To Receive” in a new holiday gift guide.
Winter may well be on its way, but at least that means it’s time for some new gear.
Brazil has become a favorite source of new designers, artists, and aesthetic inspiration in general.
Before the explosion of the premium denim market throughout the early 2000s, there was Levi’s RED.
Mixed media in fashion has been a huge editorial trend, especially in the last year, and it’s always great to see labels adapt these ideas into their branding.
Austrian store Grundnler & Söhne has put together a really creative look book of their Fall buys.
It’s good to see that leopard print, the perennial favorite, is a trend that everyone can get into, including men.