MONSIEUR BUTTERFLY

Photography & Art Direction Dimitris Theocharis

Styling Martina Ghia

Grooming Olga Van Der Hayden

Assistant Stylist Saik Gonzalez

starring Charly @ PRM London

HERCULES

Photographed by Alan Román

Styling FranzCisco

Starring Pavel Hofman @ New Icon Models

Kyle Lo Monaco Exclusive: 'Not of the Age' capsule collection

Kyle Lo Monaco is a London based fashion designer who doesn't like labels and barriers on his creations. 

He has introduced himself through his custom and bespoke made services and finally we are happy to present you his first official project which is a capsule collection before the first completed Kyle Lo Monaco collection for Spring Summer 2019.

The 'Not of the Age' collection is taking inspiration from every day life activities that used to be a man's job but they have been adopted to be done by the modern woman of 2018 as well. Painting the walls, gardening or customizing a furniture are some of the activities that  Kyle's mother has been doing in her daily routine and work as an interior designer, and that was the main inspiration of the collection. A modern mother  that equally works and performs as the contemporary man of 2018. His mother and his strong heritage background have been strong influences of him and his projects in the past, and they still own a huge part of inspiration on the current collection.

Black, white and red are the main colours of the 'Not the Age' collection with oversized  shirts, light layering  and stripes patterns leading the project. Versatile, contemporary pieces that can be worn even from her boyfriend, as the collection has a gender fluid aesthetic. 

The campaign is photographed by Christina Ebenezer and styled by Kyle Lo Monaco.

Thom Browne Fall 2018: a statement show to remember

Androgynous looks and grey flannel for women; pants down, heels and puppy heads for men. 

A runway which looked like an art studio and “Lady painters painting portraits of ladies, in grey flannel.”  Models styled with androgynous outfits and with hair inspired from 18th century French aristocracy strolled along the runway, taking up positions for the painters while Madonna's 'Vogue' was the main soundtrack of the show. 

For the second and main part of the show, models walked wearing deconstructed outfits, all in the 'fifty shades of grey' flannel Some remind us men's office clothes, some others school uniform and the hero pieces are definitely statements inspired by the same century. 

Half dresses combined with others, skirts as tops and the opposite were some of the highlights.

And as a conclusion the most powerful statement of all: male models wearing grey dog head masks and heels walked out, all harnessed, followed by Grace Bol, the South Sundanese model holding their leashes and wearing a ball gown.

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