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The collection: One of the few menswear designers to embrace colours, the Carlos Campos Spring Summer 2018 collection channels his Latin background – electric blue, vivid red, clean white alongside navy and beige. Campos’ signatures come in clean lines with a relaxed fit this season. Outerwear are elongated while slightly oversized polos and shirtings are […]
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The collection: Brandon Sun continues a streetwear-inspired deconstruction with the SS18 collection for his new brand, XB OFCL. Shirting with Japanese knots hold the sleeves together as they do on denim and parachute nylon trousers. Less dystopian than the previous range though politics is still central to the theme, words like “Intentions Shatter” and We Knew […]
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The collection: There is something refined about Wood House’s Spring Summer 18 range made up of streetwear pieces. Mesh is seen in the form of muscle T-shirts, tank tops and lounge pants while tailoring is recreated with a looser silhouette. Reflective panels and the word “Caution” are emblazoned on garments, tying in with the political reflection […]
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The collection: Injecting relevance into classic silhouettes, David Hart created a Caribbean-inspired SS18 collection with knitted polos, Hawaiian shirts with banana prints and linen suitings in coral, salmon and mint. A plethora of wardrobe staples, models wore woven slip-ons and cravats at the New York Fashion Week Men’s presentation, elevating the relaxing look and reminding us […]
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The collection: Titled Trinkets, the Spring Summer 18 collection from Private Policy features rugged workwear with streetwear twist and Wild West silhouettes. Dusty pink were prevalent as were matching checkerboard and Jacquard prints at the New York Fashion Week Mens presentation. The brand styled the looks with cowboy boots but kept the range relevant with shorts pairing […]
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The collection: This is the second season that Japanese label John Lawrence Sullivan has presented at London Fashion Week. Sending both male and female models down the runway – though the looks are essentially menswear – the SS18 collection displayed a post-punk and masculine energy. Trousers were high waisted and voluminous while power suits took on […]
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The collection: Acne Studios Men’s Spring Summer 18 collection takes inspiration from the change in city life to the tranquility of summer house during the warmer months. Coats are elongated yet light weight, cut in linen and gabardine, perfect to lounge in and relax. Plaid checks, which resemble tea towels stored in drawers, are used on voluminous […]
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The collection: For pre SS18, Palomo Spain approaches the range from a more relaxed and informal style inspired by his homeland’s aesthetics. While the pieces are subdued and less extravagant, designer Alejandro Gómez Palomo instills a more classical and acessible couture that translate well for the streets. Chantilly lace are used for both dresses and suits […]
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