Founded and directed by menswear designer Orri Henrisson, Street Style Poser is an Australian Sydney menswear, lifestyle and design blog featuring pictures and commentary on style, culture, art and food.
Floral has become very prevalent in the last few seasons and judging by the number of mens high fashion labels using it as a motif,
it is safe to say that it has become a print that is as vital as camo.
Travelling is essential to one's mental health but many seem to forget that travelling in style is equally important.
Most men would think that being sartorially correct is the last important thing as holidays are about relaxation and not about
being stifled with attire.
A graphic designer by trade, Men In This Town author Giuseppe Santamaria started his street style journal (of the same name) in 2010 to capture men whose dress sense speaks volumes about who they are.
The book is an extension of the digital journal and focuses on men in London, Tokyo, Sydney, Milan and New York and features five profiles of inspiring men around the world. Using a more casual approach where men are often photographed in their natural habitat and unaware of the camera presence, the every day subjects become a source of inspiration for sartorial savvy men around the world. Santamaria's eye for details is reflected in his images and gives life to aspects of menswear that could have gone largely unnoticed.
When fashion articles talk about lines, it could figuratively refer to the symmetry that the look produces or it could literally mean the visible lines on the garments.
Visible lines can be created through print, cut and sew, fabric blocking amongst other techniques and quite often the results can be stunning despite the minimalism.
Sport luxe has been on the lips of many journalists, bloggers and fashionistas in the last few seasons and it is the aesthetic of designers such as Kris Van Assche and Neil Barrett. The amalgam is apparent with increasing number of collaborations between sports brands
and high fashion designers (Puma x Alexander McQueen, Adidas x Raf Simons, Converse x Maison Martin Margiela) and is a trend that will continue to thrive.
Because, matching the furniture matching the clothes.
As digital printing becomes a technique more commonly used in the fashion industry, mens shirts are undoubtedly becoming more vibrant and ostentatious. However men are still choosing the safe options of checks or stripes as many are still unfamiliar on how to style a bold shirt or are simply intimidated with the attention it might bring.