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The collection: Two unexpected archetypes, banker vs. biker, come together for Childs‘ AW17 collection. Mechanic jackets are designed with racing stripes while corduroy suits come in unexpected colours, making this suit update a refreshing approach. Trousers are slightly flared this season but the refined construction keeps the range sophisticated with a slight edge. The brand: Childs is […]
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After seasons of presenting their collections like art installations, OAMC debuted its AW17 range at Paris Fashion Week on the runway within the Faculté de Pharmacie de Paris. Consisting of looks that are wearable and directional, creative director Luke Meier triumphed in merging formal dressing and utility wear with his own take on twisted detailing […]
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For AW17, Ex Infinitas continues with a collection that is inspired by 70s surf culture and modern punk. Founded by Luke Vincent and known for its artful streetwear, the brand also successfully incorporates luxury materials and strong tailoring. Recently named the 2016 Australian final of the International Woolmark Prize, the AW17 range introduces gothic undertones through […]
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Hong Kong based menswear label DEMO. returns with AW17, a collection that combines the contemporary with traditional artistic spirit. The brand continues its clever take on updating cuts and details and developing a conceptual lookbook. Established in 2013, founder Derek Chan studied Master of Philosophy in Fashion and Textile Design at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His […]
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The AW17 collection from Nadi Studio is inspired by modern social phenomena. Digital art, illustrations and bold prints with influences from the Uyghur culture convey interpretations of these messages. Na Di relocated to London in 2009 where she studied Fashion at Central St Martins and at London College of Fashion before establishing Na Di Studio […]
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Honduran-born designer, Carlos Campos, showcased his AW17 collection at New York Fashion Week: Men’s, consisting of soft tailoring and fall hues. Taking inspiration from school uniforms and various cultural references, fabrics like lightweight cotton, silk and felted wools are designed onto relaxed silhouettes. Jackets are elongated and trousers are fuller in volume and cropped. Hybrid […]
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Founded by Jason Alexander Pang and Rong Chen, the SS17 collection (southern hemisphere) by Amxander mixes relaxed silhouettes with symbolic prints. The Australian brand continues to take inspirations from different eras and cultures and blends them together with interesting results. Titled “YUNQI” – which translates to luck in Chinese – the theme happens to be […]
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For AW17, Kenneth Ning looks to Wall Street for inspiration. “Wall Street meets Main Street,” said Ning. High waisted pants, cropped cuffs and power suits were sent down the runway and while the theme may sound pretentiously corporate, the designer manages to inject his signature sporty and youthful aesthetic. The collection was presented at New York […]
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The AW17 collection by XB OFCL, titled “CITIZEN”, is a sartorial statement to the current political climate. Founded by Brandon Sun, known for his luxury womenswear, the debut range is made up of deconstructed and reconstructed pieces with signature brutalist hardware details. Sun incorporates nylon, heavy canvas and distressed denim into oversized and elongated silhouettes. […]
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Palomo Spain debuted their AW17 collection during New York Fashion Week Men’s to raging success. Designer Alejandro Gómez Palomo continues his devotion to craftsmanship and intricate design, and with this season, there’s a significant coherence between every piece. Again, the brand challenges the status quo of menswear, sending models down the runway in exquisite garments and […]
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