Paris was its usual gray and cold, a kind of weather for which “discomforting” is the best word. They are still short on comfort in Paris, 21st Century be damned, and maybe there is a kind of purpose in that, lest we humans get too self-satisfied.
We would like to present to you Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Fall/Winter 2018 Men’s Paris collection.
Photography by Matthew Reeves.
Here is our annual gift guide for 2017.
On Saturday Boris Bidjan Saberi New York hosted the musicians Tale of Us and Philipp Return for a private fashion week event. Below is our coverage of the event.
Last year we celebrated our 10th anniversary by collaborating with various designers whose work we have championed over the years. That was big. The 11th anniversary is by definition small, but the number means something to Boris Bidjan Saberi. And so we decided that this time we will do only one collaboration, with 11byBBS. We settled on another backpack style, since the last one was so very well-received. So, here it is, in a limited edition of 11, obviously. In addition to what you see, each backpack is embroidered and numbered. It also features a carabiner keychain that will only be released by 11byBBS in the next season. All the custom details were done at the BBS atelier in Barcelona.
Closet Case is an multi-brand concept store for menswear, including shoes, eyewear, fragrances, and lifestyle objects from the likes of Rick Owens, Ann Demeulemeester, Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, Song for the Mute, and Juun J among others debuting for the first time in the region.
We would like to present to you Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Spring/Summer 2018 Men’s Paris collection backstage.
Photography by Julien Boudet.
Our take on the Paris Men’s fashion week, with reviews of shows by Haider Ackermann, Rick Owens, Ann Demeulemeester, Boris Bidjan Saberi, Comme des Garcons, Yohji Yamamoto, Dries Van Noten, Sacai, Lanvin, and Thom Browne.
We would like to present to you Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Spring/Summer 2018 Men’s Paris collection.
Photography by Eugene Rabkin.
We would like to present to you unpublished images from the Boris Bidjan Saberi exhibit 0-11 now on view at CAM Raleigh, NC until May 7.