If you guys are looking for some good shirts which are different from what’s out there, then don’t look further! The French brand Sidian, Ersatz & Vanes came up with an amazingly well-cut and original shirt collection. Still not too known in the US, so you can be (almost) sure you wont run into anyone wearing [...]
For Raun Larose’s S/S 2012 collection, superheroes played a great involvement in the inspiration of the collection. This time around, anime, which was a fond memory of growing up for the designer, ignited a lot of design elements. “Optimus Prime” who lead the Autobots in the anime series Transformers is the perfect title to this [...]
Hong Kong designer Kay Kwok shines a new light on menswear this year with his 2012 collection ‘Fake Eternity’. The collection presents a new perspective in Ancient Egyptian Culture. Kwok combined three main concepts in order to inspire the prints for this collection. The relationship of the sphinx and sunlight, chemical reactions of mummies bodies
The universe is ever-expanding in a synchronized movement. Comfortable in its skin, but doesn’t lack glory and elegance. This is the essence that Leitmotiv wanted to transmit through the Fall/Winter 2012 collection “L’ Universo Elegante”. In the menswear collection, the element of comfort dominates but silk and leather are in the front line too. The [...]
When images are translated into stories and these stories are output into clothes, the result is the collective brand “Dead Meat” and Giovanni Battista De Pol, the creative mind behind it. Dead Meat’s latest men’s collection for Fall/Winter 2012, preserves the anonymity either by full-body camouflage or
For his Fall/Winter 2012 menswear and womenswear collection Christopher Raeburn went workwear again, but this time more inspired by firemen with the Nomex fireproof textile. Working around the theme of ‘Urban protection’ he introduce a limited edition “Remade in England” with pieces constructed from
After graduating from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerpen in 2009, Hong Kong born designer Six Lee moved to London for a collaboration with the Alexander McQueen menswear team. The traditional British tailoring – translated in clean cuts and sharp lines – combined with soft colors and dreamy, boyish details result in unique silhouettes.
To introduce their color palette, prints and fabrics of their Spring/Summer 2012 collection, French sportswear brand Kulte chose to stage parts of the collection ‘Insouciance’ in a series of abstract geometric still life’s. A very graphic and original result that showcases the upcoming theme of their collection very well.
Written by Guest Blogger Ada Alti Just a memory of boyhood can take you “To Infinity and Beyond”, Julian Zigelri’s A/W 2012 men’s collection. The land of dinosaurs is painted full of color and mixes up with amber and youth. High-grade materials, functional design and extraordinary printing are the main characteristics that fuel Zigerli’s collection. [...]
Mixing classic British tailoring with a cool contemporary feel, the Father and son duo Casely-Hayford Fall/Winter 2011-12 collection combine elements from hunting, fishing, military and classic tailoring. Entitled ‘Day One‘, the lookbook was shot by Katinka Herbert in the Wilton House, home of the Earl and Countess of Pembroke. The collection
Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton began the brand Agi & Sam with the fundamental thought of designing for men. After years of countless menswear collections, displaying either a fear to create something different or collections which push too far and never seeing the light of day, they aim to sit firmly in the middle. With [...]
Super stylish London-based boutique & online Store LN-CC shows off their F/W 2011 mens selection in this perfectly streamlined, in-house produced, lookbook. Photographed by Rory Van Millingen, the lookbook highlights pieces from Balenciaga, P.A.M., Christopher O’Brien, Sasquatchfabrix, Junya Watanabe and more – Take a look below and, if you want to Shop any of these [...]