Tag Archives: menswear
In accordance with “Zoom dressing”, Timo Weiland‘s baby Pink blazer with White lapel & striped shirt worn with faded jeans makes perfect sense for an important meeting when one is dressing to impress.
Even in times of quarantine, the sun still shines & we still must go outside. When you step out for your daily walks (if you’re lucky), why not view the world through rose colored glasses like the Jean sunglasses from … Continue reading
Chinese brand SEVENCRASH returned to Spring Studios once again for the showing of their Fall 2020 collection, showing an ode to fashions of 2065. In the eyes of the creative team at SEVENCRASH, the future is a cold one.
Istanbul based designer extraordinaire, Hakan Akkaya, returned to the runways of NYFW this season, after taking a one season breather. It seems the rest did him some good as his Fall 2020 collection for men & women is one of … Continue reading
Former Galliano protege Hiuman Chau broke out on her own in 2014 with her namesake collection HIUMAN. Since, she’s been working under the Chinese collective ICY Global Designer Platform. Spring 2020 marks her NYFW debut & the launch of her … Continue reading
Latino designer Willy Chavarria crossed the ease of athleisure with the edge of the 90′s New York House & Disco club scene to create his Spring 2020 collection that he called both masculine & refined.
Gamut is a Parisian Fashion Collective of several anonymous designers & artists with no definitive DNA or branding aesthetic outside of its shared desire to being innovative, experimental, & a constantly evolving collage of ideas.
French Deal- Palais Tokyo- Paris Volume 4 commences in a dark venue with a somber mood & a dramatic sunset projection on the horizon. As the show begins, a beautiful spoken-word opening in an African language is heard, & two … Continue reading
New York based menswear brand, Hiromi Asai, has worked tirelessly to give the ancient, traditional art of the Japanese Kimono a place on the racks of modern fashion.
It’s nearly impossible to speak of Joseph Abboud without mentioning the word classic. However, when taking more than a cursory view of his collections, one notices the collection is so much more than can be embodied in one such word