We would like to present to you Daniel Andresen’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Shoes by Ematyte. Photography by Julien Boudet of Bleumode.
We would like to present to you Abasi Rosborough’s Fall/Winter 2015 editorial, Sanctum.
The Belgian brand A.F.Vandevorst has announced their men’s shoe collection for Fall/Winter 2015. The collection features designs in waxed cowhide and calfskin in a polished or faded croc-effect with an elevated heel, all crafted in Italy. This collection sees a more androgynous approach to men’s footwear.
We would like to present to you Song for the Mute’s Fall/Winter 2015 Menswear collection lookbook. Photos courtesy of Song for the Mute
We would like to present to you Alexandre Plokhov’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you Alexandre Plokhov’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection backstage.
Yesterday, Thom Browne presented a capsule menswear collection for the inaugural men’s fashion week in New York. The presentation, titled The Officeman, was held at nine in the morning, but Browne is one of the very few designers whose work demands such commitment from the fashion crowd.
The presentation was held in what was essentially a concrete cube. The line was long as only twenty people at a time were allowed in (the complimentary coffee and croissants helped). But it was well worth it. Once you stepped inside you found yourself in a completely mirrored room. In it was an office desk with a typewriter and some stationary items, all polished like heirloom silver on a wedding day.
We would like to present to you Cedric Jacquemyn’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection lookbook.
We would like to present to you 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection lookbook.
We figured the more photos from this past men’s fashion week the better, so here are some I have taken. While I possess neither the skill nor the equipment of the three photographers that shoot for StyleZeitgeist in Paris – A.P., Julien Boudet, and Matthew Reeves (thank you all!) – I hope you will still enjoy them, as they are shot from different angles and often at close range. The images are arranged in chronological order – Haider Ackermann, Rick Owens, Boris Bidjan Saberi, Julius, and Ann Demeulemeester.