What was interesting, then, about YMC’s show was how their new season’s vision followed that same language. Well into their third decade, YMC are part of the establishment here – but an establishment formed in the radical heat of the Nineties, which started many of London’s ongoing conversations around the modern masculine wardrobe.
Hardy Amies presents its Spring/Summer 2016 Menswear Collection at London. With a variety of colorful costumes and sublime for next season, Hardy Amies handles every detail to perfection.
According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language.
Lou Dalton picked up somewhere near where Christopher Shannon left off yesterday – in the blissed-out, euphoric haze of a Balearic dawn.
Christopher Shannon unveiled his Fall/Winter 2015 collection during London Collections: Men, featuring shining colors, sweatshirts as main revolutionary joggers and plastic bag on their heads. Photographer: Gio…
Hood By Air has seen its influence expand across the globe, landing at Italian retailer Slam Jam Socialism. Shayne Oliver’s streetwear-turned-high-end clothier is the subject…
Alexandre Herchcovitch‘s Spring/Summer 2013 collection, inspired by Pearl Harbor, featured faux-camouflage and tropical prints and other military references.