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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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Inspired by the classic businessmen of the 1980s and “New Look” of couture, Acne Studios AW17 collection features striking and influential silhouettes and pops of lilac, coral and bold vertical stripes. “I realised that businessmen don’t exist anymore, even though the world has chosen business,” Creative Director Jonny Johansson enthuses. “It led me to think about working […]
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Among the unexpected technicolour pops of pink, lime, coral, there is something romantic about Robert Geller’s SS17 collection. Emphasising the importance of creativity, Geller found inspiration in the wild ‘80s in Berlin, where youths were squatting in buildings waiting to be torn down. Accentuating positive elements of these raw and provocative times, Geller celebrated its tenacity and […]
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For SS17, Tim Coppens cites ‘90s skateboard culture and the club scene in his native Belgium as inspirations for the collection. From party culture to sportswear trend of that era, the designer sent models down the runway in technical fabrics, unique patterns and colour-blocked details Prints like gingham, grid and houndstooth are incorporated into bomber jackets […]
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Menswear label Childs finds itself on the water, inspired by designer Robert Childs’ childhood life in Florida, for SS17. Details like zig-zag stitch, racing stripes, waterproofed fabrics and marine blues run through the collection and give it the nautical nod. Designed in New York and manufactured in Japan, Italy and USA, the outerwear pieces are strong this […]
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Established in 2013 in New York, N-P-Elliott is the menswear label from Scottish designer Nicholas Elliott. His SS17 collection, presented during New York Fashion Week, features contrasting elements like the mix of formal wear fabrics with religious emblems and cross embroidery. At first glance, the range comprises of athleisure pieces that are easy to wear […]
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The SS17 collection from New York label, Ovadia & Sons, takes its inspiration from hip hop, rock & roll and street culture. From Bob Marley to The Grateful Dead, this season’s musical references are worked into distressed knits, oversized jerseys and outerwear. The colour palettes include earthy tones like green and navy with pops of […]
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In collaboration with Grana One of the brands that has fully embraced the vertical integration and economical way of providing luxury essentials without the hefty mark-up is Grana. Founded by Luke Grana, the brand set up its headquarters and warehouse in Hong Kong in 2014 and has been growing ever exponentially since. The brand relies […]
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New York menswear label Deveaux returns with their SS17 collection that focuses on a sense of leisure and relaxation, punctuated with an injection of colours. Think the Greek Island vacations of Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy but for the fashion-conscious guys. Co-founder Matt Breen said they wanted to present sophisticated enhancements of classic menswear, combined […]
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  • December 06, 2016
The theme for Éditions MR’s SS17 collection was inspired by the Atlantic coast and the collision of the ocean and the port. Where the former would require essentials to withstand the sun and sea, the latter involves clothing that portrays a nonchalant attitude and style. Although this is the second collection from Éditions MR, the brand had several ranges […]
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South Korean menswear label D. Gnak presented its SS17 collection at Seoul Fashion Week. Mixing progressive tailoring, traditional Korean silhouettes and bold layering and draping, the range sees the designer’s use of a black and white palette contrasted with pops of bright orange and forest green. Smsara is the theme of this collection where the identity between birth, death […]
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