We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Haider Ackermann’s Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s Paris collection backstage.
We would like to present to you Haider Ackermann’s Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Song for the Mute’s Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s collection lookbook.
We would like to present to you Raf Simons’ Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s collection at Pitti Uomo.
We would like to present to you Aitor Throup’s New Object Research Spring / Summer Men’s collection, The Rite of Spring. Manifesto below: This is a self-portrait. I have spent almost 15 years of my life crafting a creative ego which I feel was subconsciously necessary to protect me from judgement and opinion. Throughout my…
Thamanyah, the fashion label designed by Ahmed Abdelrahman, has been on my radar for quite a long time. There is uniqueness in Abdelrahman’s approach to taking the traditional Middle Eastern dress, making it modern, and mixing it with Western sartorial codes. In his hands a white kandora turns black and gets paired with a fine wool bomber jacket. Not only such a combination results in a new menswear silhouette, but also both the Middle Eastern and the Western staples acquire a new meaning. It is no wonder then that Thamanyah has acquired a cult following in both worlds.
Vestoj and StyleZeitgeist have teamed up in a dialogue and series of critiques of recent events in fashion media to raise more wide-reaching questions about the state of contemporary fashion media – and what that says about our industry at large. In our second installment of this collaboration, we examine the recent political faux pas of the Chanel and Louis Vuitton resort collections, and the fashion media’s sycophancy.
As you may have gathered we are always intrigued by cross-cultural conversations between fashion and other disciplines. But we recently came across one originated by a perfumer. It was from the French brand Liquides Imaginaires, whose author, Philippe Di Méo, teamed up with three ballet dancers and Julien Benhamou, Paris National Opera’s photographer to make a short film inspired by the Charles Baudelaire poem “Elevation.”