London Fashion Week Men’s SS20 has already finished; our editors have sent their feedback and favourite collections to post and here are our higlights from London, just before Milan’s celebration of menswear fashion.
It is on a paradisiacal beach of Malibu that Anthony Vaccarello has just unveiled his man parade spring-summer 2020. Incredible set, inspirations landed in Marrakech, tribute to Yves Saint Laurent ... Here is all that was needed of this California show..
THE SET: the Malibu beach side in Los Angeles
THE INSPIRATION: Tribute to Yves Saint Laurent with the styling between Malibu and Marrakech.
THE TRENDS PROPOSAL: Fluidity, freedom and comfort. At a time when the trend is streetwear, Anthony Vaccarello abandons it and he propose his new tailoring.
#PradaSS20 Menswear was shown in Shanghai at the Silo Hall of Minsheng Wharf. An arrangement of neon lights outlines the industrial form language of the hall, enhancing the intricate geometries, generating a glowing enfilade that shimmers in subtle pastel colors.
"Sex, love and freedom" are the words chosen by Ludovic de Saint Sernin to characterize his first collection of underwear, embodied here by the playboy-like model Diego Villarreal.
Ludovic de Saint Sernin label is representing “a return to beauty, seen via sensuality and sexuality, with an exacting approach to design and make”.
The campaign photographed in New York by photographed by Thomas Giddings.
De Saint Sernin will show his Spring/Summer 2020 collection as part of the official men’s fashion week schedule in Paris on June 23, 2019.
The lifestyle hotel in Aldgate East, continues to host worth seeing creative exhibitions. Leman Locke is now introducing Michelle Beatty and her new photographic series A Freedom Movement 2019.
Michelle is an Australian born Londoner who has spent a creative lifetime moving seamlessly from the carnival of catwalks and high fashion showrooms, to the subtle backdrops of fine art photography - landscapes, architecture and foreign, far-off lands. For the first time, Michelle has created a body of work that straddles these two parallel career tracks, and the contrasting sides of herself.
Leman Locke is proud to present her newest photographic series, where three talented subjects with backgrounds in ballet, modelling and choreography are captured in the prime of their lives; embodying strength, wisdom, and feminine beauty. The subjects are offset by strong skies, powerful waves and brooding clouds. The photography exhibition runs across all 22 floors of the East London lifestyle hotel, open to the public from 10th May until 31st July.
RSVP to see A Freedom Movement at Leman Locke here >
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After two collaborations with Shayne Oliver and Glenn Martens for the Red Tag Project project, Diesel invites GR-Uniforma, the new label founded by Gosha Rubchinskiy, to revisit its signature DNA. Zoom.
"The Diesel Red Tag Project". This is the name of the initiative led by Diesel , under the leadership of Renzo Rosso , with the aim of creating an interaction between the Italian brand and the various actors of the fashion fauna. The house invited three designers from different horizons to imagine bold clothing and accessories capsules, anchored in Diesel's aesthetic DNA : denim and sportswear. After Shayne Oliver , founder of the American label Hood By Air , infused his world the time of a capsule of ten pieces, and Glenn Martens has revisited the cloakroom DieselWith a flood of ingenious pieces, the GR-Uniforma label , driven by Gosha Rubchinskiy , took the lead. On the program, 50 workwear-inspired models, where denim reigns supreme, all directly inspired by the 90s, themselves influenced by avant-garde Russian culture. For example, artists El Lissitzky and Kazimir Malevich , and director and producer Vsevolod Meyerhold are mentioned as references. The Red Tag x GR-Uniforma Diesel collection is already available at the Diesel pop up store in Berlin. It will take a few weeks for the shopper shop Diesel, on the brand's e-shop and at Dover Street Market.
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Your Instagram feed has enough celebrity posts, street style feeds and brunch location pics, but does it have enough interesting, sexy boyz?
We know that they are never enough so we chose some of our favourites for this month and we present you our ‘‘Boys of Instagran’’ MAY list including some hotties from around the world.
FOLLOW Paul Forman
Location: Australia. REY’s moustache crush boy , Phoenix shares daily HOT pics of his projects as underwear model and atmospheric interior stories. “Look I spend too much time at the gym so this is pretty much just half naked photos of me...” mentioned on his Instagram earlier…
FOLLOW IGGY LOPEZ
He is based in UK and he is one of the ‘kids’ behind the Klub Kids parties. “Go on have a little scroll” and discover his instagram world including selfies and pictures from his daily routine and outfits andmoments from the .gym. Don’t forget to check out his HOT pictures which are plenty ;)
FOLLOW Webster Charlotten
Personal Trainer made in Puerto Rico. Webster is our latest “boy crush” on Instagram. Follow him and ‘catch’ his sexy insta-moments or his HOT shots from modelling jobs. Even though we love his B-E-A-UTIFUL selfies.
Born in Canada, based in Madrid. Interior Designer and photographer who loves arts - in Andrián’s profile you will find daily fashion looks for your daily outfit inspiration , HOT selfies and some adorable interior spaces.
stay tuned for more…
“For our High Summer collection, we took to the hedonistic shores of the Balearic Islands, namely Ibiza, to recapture the spirit of youthful mischief that was inherent in the so-called ‘White Isle’ in the 1990s” mentioned FARAH design team.
The SS19 Farah collection consists of all time classic essentials, beach-inspired piece, geometric-printed shirts, striped sweaters and basic tees mostly in pastel hues.
Throughout the collection you’ll find a range of timeless silhouettes that channel a true British feel. Informed by the Balearic coastline, the colour palette offers up sun-bleached pinks, greens, and blues, which are punctuated by neon accents that recall the bright lights of Ibiza’s famed super clubs, whilst highlighting key pieces with a pattern resembling the Terrazzo stone, a material used frequently in Balearic architecture.
Discover the collection on FARAH online.
It's a news that has had the effect of a bomb: Jean Paul Gaultier breathes his DNA couture in a collection with quotient undeniably street performed in tandem with Supreme. A shopper now in stores in New York, London, Paris and Los Angeles, and on the e-shop of Supreme. All the pictures are here.
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From the Nike collaborations and the legendary fashion houses to the upcoming fashion designers here are some of our favourite sneakers to add in your wishlist for 2019.
LV Trainers by Louis Vuitton
Victoria Beckham x Reebok
Nike x Martine Rose
Asics x Kiko Kostadinov
SANKUANZ x PUMA
Supreme x Nike
JW ANDERSON x Converse
Demna did it again, as he managed to present us another fresh view of the ‘New’ Balenciaga era.
Showcasing more than 100 looks in total and with menswear being a very strong presence on the catwalk, he managed to deliver what his fans and the fashion world was expecting to see at Paris Fashion Week.
Noteable 90s elements, extra-wide shoulders, bold colours, clean lines and the ‘Demna’ tailoring on its best; here are some of our favourite menswear looks at Balenciaga Ready to Wear Collection.
Kim Jones did it again… and we loved every single look of this new DIOR Men collection for autumn/winter 2019 -2020.
He offered a remarkably refined vision of modern masculinity and here are some higlights to note before you check out the new collection:
After the enormous floral effigy of Monsieur Dior created by KAWS and the 39-foot tall Hajime Sorayama robot, this season he staged the show On A Conveyor Belt.
The Clothes Offered A Modern Vision Of Elegance.
The animal print will be the new men’s essential.
Raymond Pettibon Offered Up Punk Couture
“This time I wanted the clothes to be the statues,” said Kim Jones
Another season without ''the big'' British names on the schedule and things were alright - again. Another opportunity for the young designers to 'shine' and attract the international media with their work.
Three days full of shows, presentations and parties…. and before Milan Fashion Week here are the higlights from day 2 & 3.
Women presented menswear in Mullins’ AW19 show which was one of our favourites.
Mens pieces became Gender fluid in terms of styling with denim and tailoring being the key elements of the collection. The colour pallete consists of blue, yellow, oatmail and graphics in red and black details.
Mullins said his starting point for the lineup happened on his way home one night, when he saw woman getting out of a car wearing a yellow mohair scarf and a coat, except it turned out “it wasn’t yellow mohair, it was just her hair and her jacket was just a really s—t, old shirt.”
Streetwear meets luxury fashion in Astrid Andersen with blue, red and orange being the main colours of the AW19 collection. An exploration of the classic male silhouette and the pin stripe tracksuit, the Autumn/Winter designs are an ode to 1920s’ American fashion, a step away from the label’s previous inspirations. However, despite its new unexpected design, Andersen remains comfortably rooted in the materials used in even her earliest collections, in particular her signature combination of lace and fur.
In a celebration of artisanal making and craftsmanship, the designer showcased his signature expressive draping techniques, as well as a unique take on deconstruction. Relaxed silhouettes – as seen for instance in a double-breasted Prince of Wales check blazer with crisp white cuffs peeking out from the sleeves – exercised both precise construction and soft tailoring. The colour pallete was in soft tones with apricot, dusty lavender and off white being the main colours of the collection.
A very thughtful but playful collection which came from the future for the future. From prosthetics used on models from ‘alien’ eyes to bionic components the Xander Zhou AW19 was the favourite one on instagram.
The clothes were a beautiful paradox too – modern men accessorising with flippers and furry feeding bottles to engineers donning 70s-esque polonecks. The collection overall has a hopeful message, one of belonging. Accepting the ‘other’ is the future..
Eco-wools, tailored coats , utilitarian bomber jackets and velvet trousers were some of the statement pieces of the AW19 collection in OLIVER SPENCER show. The earth colours were on top with many blue tones too and the ‘eco-green’ on its best.
We loved the suits and all the tailoring he proposed like every season with the Royal Academy as the show venue being one of our fevourites this year.
FENG CHEN WANG
History and heritage permeates the AW19 FENG CHEN WANG collection through the symbolism, iconography and painting with brush strokes, turning her artistic ideas into design prints and forms. In a collection of 41 looks, Fend Chen Wang’s textures and palettes are as pure as the story their telling – from pale pastels to soft fabrics, there was bold tailoring to portray strength and oversized shapes to show creative power.
The autumn/winter 2019 edition of London Fashion Week Men’s kicked off yesterday in its new home at Brick Lane’s Truman Brewery. Our style editor Martina Ghia and fashion journalist Stephen George have taken over our social media for the weekend and here are all the highlights from DAY 1:
Day one showcased what London has become today: Upcoming and international designer names on the schedule with creativity and diversity on their best.
For Autumn-Winter 2019, Bobby Abley takes inspiration from his family and hometown of Scarborough, where he worked on the collection. Abley revisits his childhood; balaclavas, scarves and baby blankets are all replicated, hand knitted by his mother (and other relatives) and incorporated within the collection as one-off pieces. The family team of knitters also created cardigans and jumpers in fluorescent colours – a palette which recurs throughout the collection. The rest of the colours in the collection are inspired by Abley’s favourite characters from Pokémon.
90s and modern sport wear references were the main characteristics of ICEBERG AW19 show. Mickey became the protagonist of the apres-ski style of the collection which have been combined perfectly with the bold colours and the british punk references on grooming and styling.
JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN:
Live music from London indie group Wild Daughter, a plethora of leopard print and heavy leather trench coats and trousers were some of the John Lawrence Sullivan’s fashion elements during his underground AW19 show. Strong textures and bold colours have been combined to create the new contemporary menswear.
Amidst the current uncertain political and social climate, Qasimi’s urban nomad travels to the near future with a vision of hope within a utopian landscapefor autumn/winter 2019.
Utilitarian sportswear, bold colours with burgundy as the protagonist and protective layering are the three main trends that Qasimi is proposing for the next winter.
Concluding Day 1 it is worth to mention the British emerging talents who turned into tailoring with a twist for next winter.
CHARLES JEFFREY LOVERBOY
Virgil Abloh has just unveiled the theme for his Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2018-19 show, which will be presented in Paris in January 2019: Michael Jackson.
The American designer has already demonstrated his admiration for pop culture icons through his own-label as seen at the Off-White Spring/Summer 2018 show which presented colorful pieces inspired by the late Diana, Princess of Wales. The graphic themes, a nod to American graffiti artist, Dondi White, seen in Abloh’s Off-White collection the following year also spring to mind.
January 2019 will see the theme continued as Abloh is to present his second menswear collection for Louis Vuitton in Paris which will pay homage to the King of pop, Michael Jackson. In an interview with Interview magazine, Abloh revealed that “when I have Michael singing in the background, it’s a different type of shirt, it’s a different kind of boot, it’s a different fit of pants. Music is key.” The American designer also revealed other news in announcing that he’d like to design a spaceship someday. Mr. Abloh, you never fail to surprise us…
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