The Best New Menswear of Spring 2017 according to Holt Renfrew

Renowned model Clément Chabernaud shows off the best of the season from Tom Ford, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana for Holt Renfrew Magazine refering the best new … Continue reading The Best New Menswear of Spring 2017 according to Holt Renfrew

Brotherlylove: Armando Cabral & Fernando Cabral

Fashion issue for Esquire U.S. October 2016 title issue ‘Brotherlylove’ stunning models & brothers: Armando Cabral & Fernando Cabral by photographer Christian Anwander and fashion editor / stylist: Matthew Marden. Continue reading Brotherlylove: Armando Cabral & Fernando Cabral

Always in good style and impeccably wadrobe, they will lead you, here's Bergdorf Goodman "Goodman's Guide" Fall Collection 2016.

Bergdorf Goodman “Goodman’s Guide” Fall Collection 2016

Always in good style and impeccably wadrobe, they will lead you, here’s Bergdorf Goodman “Goodman’s Guide” Fall Collection 2016. Continue reading Bergdorf Goodman “Goodman’s Guide” Fall Collection 2016

Jumper by Zara, Trousers: Comme de Garcons, Boots: Doc Martens, Leggings Modus Vivendi, belt: Stylists own

East meets West (The Colour of Rust) by Gavin Harrison

I am so ready to present this fashion story titled ‘East meets West (The Colour of Rust)’ by photographer Gavin Harrison featuring model Rokas Zilionis from Bookings Models at London. Continue reading East meets West (The Colour of Rust) by Gavin Harrison

20 Odd Outfits from Menswear S/S 2017

Let’s make it clear that menswear has advanced big steps in the last 5 years, but we can not deny that there are designers with bizarre and exotic taste and they could fall into the absurd. Continue reading 20 Odd Outfits from Menswear S/S 2017

Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2017 Paris

The grayscale world conjured up each season by Thom Browne is bizarre, twisted, sometimes unintentionally hilarious, and sometimes entirely intentionally so. The last is far more entrancing that the first—when you realize Browne is laughing with you, rather than you at him (or, perhaps, vice versa). Continue reading Thom Browne Spring/Summer 2017 Paris

THE TRACKSUIT: A CULTURAL ICON IN ITS OWN RIGHT

We’ve had the sweatshirt, the sneaker, the polo, and of course the tracksuit.

Much of the modern man’s wardrobe finds its origins in the uniform of sport; this two-piece suit is no different. A 1960s athletic staple to a modern-day favourite, this cultural icon has seen itself transcend across the decades. Continue reading THE TRACKSUIT: A CULTURAL ICON IN ITS OWN RIGHT

Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2014 Paris

FALL 2014 MENSWEAR Thom Browne By Tim Blanks More art installation than fashion show backdrop, the set for Thom Browne‘s show today was a Disney woodland populated with dozens of cute critters. A bear posed on a rock, ducks and fish swam in a pinstripe river, rabbits and squirrels scurried, an eagle soared above. The kicker? Three months in the making, the entire tableau, flora and fauna included, was stitched from classic menswear fabrics. The show itself was a performance in two acts: the hunted and the hunters. For the first, Stephen Jones created a stunning set of headgear to represent the … Continue reading Thom Browne Fall/Winter 2014 Paris