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…
Boris Bidjan Saberi, whose meticulously and complexly constructed menswear graces the racks of carefully picked boutiques around the world, has quietly opened his own boutique in Barcelona, his adapted hometown, some time ago. It is nestled in the industrial district of Poblenou, Barcelona’s once run-down textile industry hub that is now enjoying a renaissance and that still has large industrial spaces suited to Saberi’s vision. It is his only boutique besides his New York City outpost.
Buying and selling designer clothing by collectors and fashion enthusiasts on the Internet is a longstanding practice. Fashion forums like Supefuture, Styleforum, and StyleZeitgeist, where these enthusiasts tend to congregate are invaluable assets for hunting down that long-coveted piece, called “the holy grail” in the forum parlance. The forums, however, are, first and foremost, places…
We would like to present to you Cedric Jacquemyn’s F/W16 editorial, THE DEAD TREE GIVES NO SHELTER.
A little over two years ago Ann Demeulemeester announced her retirement from her signature label. After the initial shock subsided, the question of succession inevitably came up. That’s when Sebastian Meunier, a Parisian designer who has had a long tenure at Margiela before joining Ann Demeulemeester, stepped out of the shadows. Meunier spent two years at the label before Demeulemeester’s departure and has worked closely with her. But the big question remained; how could anyone fill the shoes of a designer whose style was so clear and who was so inextricably linked to her label? In other words, could there be Ann Demeulemeester without Ann Demeulemeester?
Last month I got a chance to visit the studio of Geoffrey B. Small, the American-born designer who has been working in Cavarzere, in the Veneto region of Italy. Veneto is the heart of the Italian fashion industry with a storied tradition of clothes making. It used to be that you could not throw a stone without hitting a fabric manufacturer or a shirt-making factory. Globalization has killed all that by outsourcing much of the work to other countries in Europe and Asia.
We would like to present to you Abasi Rosborough’s latest editorial, HORUS.
We would like to present to you Jan-Jan Van Essche’s Project #4, ‘Each One Teach One’.