Whether resolutely modern or a classic aroma, we found the best fragrances list for a guaranteed fresh scent this summer, as curated on Vogue Homme Paris.
From Tom Ford to Aqua Di Parma visit Vogue Homme online to choose your favourite:
Skincare: YSL Forever light creator
Skincare: YSL Instant Moisture Glow
MSGM is another one fashion brand that has started following the street style way on his collections.
«NEVER LOOK BACK, IT’S ALL AHEAD» was the moto of the brand from the very beginning and the new collaborations came to confirm its strategy.
Diadora and EastPak are their new partners and the collections are already online with all the influencers and bloggers posting their favourite pieces everywhere.
Below you can have a look on some of the 'hero' looks and accessories from the two collaborations. Which one is your favourite?
MSGM x Diadora
MSGM x EastPak
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Massimo Dutti unveiled its autumn/winter 2018 Limited Edition Collection in Shanghai.
The collection consists classic pieces with chic aesthetic with contemporary details.
Watch the full show below:
The Danish brand Les Deux has been created back in 2009 as only a t-shirt concept, but the brand has evolved with a full collection and premium finish. Les Deux consists of contemporary, practical pieces with scandi aesthetic and elements, and it has become one to watch on REY.
.This AW18 season, Les Deux have worked to develop a collection that embodies the coming together of subcultures. The brand has submerged itself into three different brotherhoods of society’s misfits from around the world- The Bluecoat Brotherhood, The Foreign Legion and Hooliganism.
The collection attempts to reflect the communities that have, and continue to disrupt the social norms, defining their own space within society. This is translated through a delicate balance of its heritage minimalistic-Scandi-style, combined with key stand-out staples that create a feeling of diversity.
Shot by Stephen Meisel, The Versace Fall Winter 2018 campaign features the longest-ever advertising image.
Side by side, the image features a cast of fifty four models symbolizing inlcusivity and diversity, key values for Donatella Versace and her vision for the brand.
“My team doesn’t just extend to my work team. The Versace Clans are made of all members of the Versace family – from customers to models, fans, photographers, stylists, friends, artists and all who believe that staying relevant means moving forward and making your voice heard – all who believe that fashion is not a way to just say ‘look at me’ but rather ‘look at me, I have something to say’.” she stated last when the very first promo video came out.
We are in the middle of summer and the swimwear season is already on its best!
Modus Vivendi has launched the Basics Line from the Swimwear Collection 2018 and it became our number one choice for this summer. The collection is inspired by minimalism with clean, uncomplicated and monochromatic lines perfect for any occasion.
The Basics line is made from a fast drying, high quality material and features a wide covered waistband. This design features classic styles with a discreet Modus Vivendi logo.
Discover the collection on Modus Vivendi online and choose your favourite. Available in white, black, khaki, red and blue, this classy swimwear will be part of your basic summer kit.
King & Tuckfield is a new menswear contemporary brand, founded by Stacey Wood just 3 years ago. Its signature aesthetic fuses a distinctly British 1950’s feel, with sharp contemporary styling inspired by the colourful stories of Stacey's family history.
The design team is passionate with quality and sustainable materials, and their inspiration comes from the British fashion heritage and culture. They always love to mix everything that looks vintage with something that looks modern creating the new classic.
Model, Art and Style director, Richard Biedul joined that team to create his first 5 pieces-capsule collection and with these AW18 pieces makes his debut in the design world.
The collection consists of pieces which everyone needs all the time and every piece seems to be ideal for your wardrobe. Richard mentioned "We've created almost an off-duty uniform… it is about comfort, it's about function and formality"
And it's actually true. Everything can go from casual to formal depends on the way you style them on you. Modern, elegant pieces that will always be in fashion.
During this collaboration Richard has discovered a new found love for quality denim and has merged this new passion on his designs too. Focusing also on 100% fine merino wool in a bold spectrum of Navy, Fiesta Red and Clover Green, the collection is inspired with vintage references and a 1950's notion.
. Richard Biedul x King & Tuckfield AW18 capsule collection translates back to the main SS19 collection which we had the opportunity to see during London Fashion Week and we have to admit that we fell in love with...
The AW18 collection is now available on kingandtuckfield.com
JACQUEMUS unveiled his first men’s collection titled “Le Gadjo”, in the south of France, by the seaside.
Masculine topless models in track pants and with no shoes, have presented a really different collection from what we expected to see from Jacquemus . A collection which sits on really different level and aesthetic from his latest delightful SS18 womenswear collection.
Street style and 90s casual elements on numerous looks along with some tailoring references have been combined and created his SS19 menswear collection.
Kim Jones made his debut in Paris on Saturday afternoon as artistic director for Dior Men, the rechristened Dior Homme, completing the changing of the guard for the spring/summer 2019 season. In a tribute to Dior and to his own heritage, Jones invited Prince Nikolai of Denmark to start the show.
The British designer mined the Dior archive for inspiration to pay tribute to the man who established the fabled brand in 1946.This aesthetic approach lends itself to a softer, more relaxed Dior Men than we are used to seeing.
Dior Homme SS19 has streetwear touches and elements but Jones moved away from the huge trend, offering to the audience pure tailoring luxury. “I’ve moved away from that a bit,” he explained. “[That’s] easy modern menswear; this is a lot more elegant and sophisticated and a little bit romantic too, which is what Dior is.”
The Spanish Fashion house has presented its men’s spring/summer 2019 collection designed by Jonathan Anderson.
The collection was presented in the LOEWE headquarters on Place Saint-Sulpice in Paris, where the space was transformed into a naïve playground featuring images from the house’s latest printed publication shot by American art photographer Duane Michals.
LOEWE’s new menswear collection flits across time and space to illicit a boyish study of dressing up – where childhood memories haze with botanical and geometric motifs like sea urchins and stained glass, cowri shells and whelks, bandanas, and mythological lions.
After months of waiting, the designer finally presented his SS19 collection as the artistic director of the Parisian house.
Numerous celebrities have attended the show waiting to see the new Vuitton aesthetic and collection.
After a small preview on instagram, today we had the opportunity see all the new collection and direction of the brand. As well as understated, futuristic white sneakers with day-glo laces, and utility-style harnesses with pockets throughout were some of the most bold elements and with the reimagination of the classic LV monogram to be on hero pieces of SS19.
Monochrome looks in total white, total red and more were some of the first strong combinations with mixed and match pieces to continue. Tailored suits with wide-trousers and double-breasted jackets, sportswear-influenced silhouettes, and utilitarian shirts were only some of the new proposals of the new artistic director and the new LV era.
Tom Ford has suddenly presented a preview of his SS19 menswear collection on Instagram during Paris Fashion Week shocking the fashion world with the unexpected posts.
The designer shared a selection of looks focusing on details of the collection and the styling for SS19. Captured on Polaroid, the men’s collection features sophisticated suiting, luxurious outerwear, and lounge wear.