“Boys of the Moment” is the fashion story by photographer Brent Chua for January/February 2017 issue of Manifesto Magazine.
Giorgio Armani Fall/Winter 2017 presents ‘NEO-CLASSICS’ in the last day of Milan Fashion Week.
Etro showing Fall/Winter 2017 fashion show #ETROSkyIsTheLimit
Les Hommes was created 10 years ago by Belgian fashion designers Tom Notte and Bart Vandebosch, they actually dictated mens’ fashion. Here’s the reason why:
GQ UK September 2016 presents: The GQ Collections work by photographer Giampaolo Sgura coworking with stylist Luke Day, stars by Julian Schneyder, Eric Bergmann, both from D’Men, Benjamin Benedek and Jordy Baan both from Elite.
Fashion Designer Carlos Campos explores a different facet in their new designs for the new season, we see that in his collection, minimal, green army and earthy colors, they create a comfortable atmosphere, see the work well done in the pants and jackets, raincoats, and jacket complement a surreal touch to the collection.
Carlos Garciavelez continued to draw from his architectural background for spring, referencing the decay of roads, tunnels and bridges and the cities themselves.
Stuart Vevers took the growing momentum behind the brand up a notch this season. The Lindley Hall transformed into a metaphorical playground as guests were invited to sit on the edges of skateboard ramps, pregnant with anticipation. Save for the grey London weather, it could well pass off as a day on Venice Beach.
Christopher Shannon embraces this interesting Spring/Summer 2016 at London Collection Men, have you see their stunning revolutionary sneakers? Killing it, bomber jackets with short shorts love it. Unzipped pants and shirts, original. Graphic ironic sweatshirts.