Proposal by Fashion Designer Oliver Spencer for its Spring/Summer 2017 Menswear Collection in London Collections: MEN.
Featuring Menswear Collection S/S 2017 with the classic game of textures and baggy cuts presented to us in every parade, Craig Green now makes use of deconstruction in the courts of the sleeves and the implementation of the prints Moroccan-inspired garments of great lightness and concept.
Fashion Designer and Disney fan who churns out simple sportswear with simple licensing graphics. Bobby Abley presented its Menswear S/S 2017 at LCM the tale du jour was Abu and The Genie characters from Disney’s 1992 animated feature film, Aladdin.
TOPMAN Design live in London Collections: MEN presenting its Spring/Summer 2017. Respecting the color palette assigned of a colorful rough designs and some vintage nautical graphics presented in jackets, pants, shirts and mini shorts set in 2017.
Gucci presents its Resort 2017 , covering menswea, as we see it back in the days with similar collection from the Cruise Collection Gucci referencing art, interiors, and the piled-up layers of the archaeologies of British youth culture and street markets.
While Karl Lagerfeld is always bringing Chanel’s Cruise collections to faraway destinations (previously, he showed in Seoul and Dubai), the fact that the fashion mogul took his runway (and a slew of fashionable attendees, of course) to Havana, Cuba this season was a major, historical milestone. The plane that flew the American press team landed two hours before the first, in 40 years, American cruise ship docked in the country…
Jeffrey Fashion Cares is one of the leading fashion lifestyle charity events in New York City. Established in 2002 by Jeffrey Kalinsky, fashion and retail pioneer, and has raised over $5 million for respected charity organizations supporting LGBT civil rights, HIV prevention & research, and education for LGBT youth. The event consists of a cocktail reception with a luxury silent auction, an exciting live auction and a men’s fashion show featuring 40+ of the industry’s top models.
At Bottega Veneta, Tomas Maier has been at the vanguard of the now-industry-wide integration of athletic codes into the highest echelons of luxury.