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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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Founded by Michele Canziani, Stefano Ghidotti and Lorenzo Torchio, Milano 140 was born from a need to reinvent classical pieces with quality expression and attention to details. The AW17 collection sees Milano 140 revisit retro wardrobe and injecting their own contemporary spin. Fabrics are paired to highlight style and functionality while the ends slip out […]
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Drawing inspiration from his Asian heritage, Xander Zhou presented his AW17 range at London Fashion Week Men’s. Titled I’m Carrying A Secret Weapon, models walked the runway in an array of oversized outerwear and Oriental silhouettes. Severely cropped vests worn over a button-up shirt and paired with dress trousers give the impression of defiance, as […]
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When one of the models adorned a sweatshirt that says “You don’t want to fuck with this little piggy”, it’s instant that the AW17 luxury athleisure collection from Wood House, presented at New York Fashion Week Men’s would be one of the highlights of the event. From sweatshirts to parkas and joggers, designer Julian Woodhouse managed […]
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With the uncertain political climate that’s happening around the globe at the moment, the sentiment is most heartfelt in America. Brands like Private Policy made their thoughts known at New York Fashion Week: Men’s AW17 showcase with their signature streetwear that features unconventional fabrics and dystopian styling. The range is mostly monochromatic with the hint […]
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Presenting another razor sharp collection for AW17 at New York Men’s Day is Uri Minkoff, where form and function seamlessly meet. The range showcases tailored suiting and polished sportswear that have been cut for the urban commuter and for guys who have a sense of contemporary aesthetic when it comes to sartorial choices. At first glance, […]
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The military trend is one of those that’s always been prevalent and Christopher Ræburn’s AW17 collection ticks that aesthetic, with a mixture of light grey, neon green and dark grey. The collection, which debuted at London Fashion Week Men’s AW17, also features a three-piece collaboration with Eastpak. Inspired by US abstract artist Ellsworth Kelly’s ghost […]
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The creative art scene of Germany inspired the AW17 collection from Japanese designer, John Lawrence Sullivan. Showcasing at London Fashion Week Men’s after a three-year break, models walked the runway with indifferent panache in burgundy, green and silver and bold proportions. The exaggerated shoulders, oversized silhouettes and elongated coats were highlights and very much kept with what’s […]
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