We would like to present to you Nomenklatura Studio’s Spring/Summer 2020 Men’s Paris collection lookbook.
The theme of the first two days in Paris was this – some great designers are sick of what’s going on in menswear these days
We would like to present to you Yohji Yamamoto’s Spring/Summer 2020 Men’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Undercover’s Spring/Summer 2020 Men’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you TAKAHIROMIYASHITA The Soloist’s Spring/Summer 2020 Men’s Paris collection.
Perhaps it is a sign of the times that it has taken an artist to tell the fashion world that ideas – as opposed to product – in fashion, particularly in menswear, still matter.
If you are a regular reader of this publication, the name Alexandre Plokhov is probably not unfamiliar to you. His original label, Cloak, run with the partner Robert Geller, made waves in New York fifteen years ago, leading to an appointment as the head of design for menswear at Versace. Plokhov has subsequently returned to New York, launching an eponymous label on his own. Like a cat with nine lives, Plokhov has been quietly back on the menswear scene, with a new project, Nomenklatura. Below is the lookbook for the brand’s second release.
Models: Manya Muse and Hiroki Kageyama
Collection: m.a+ 19s
We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Fall/Winter 2019 Men’s Paris collection backstage.
We would like to present to you the F/W 2019 “Paradigm” collection by the New York menswear duo Abasi Rosborough.
This season, one of the few independent New York talents, decided to do something different. Please see the statements from both designers describing the collection and its ethos.