For the Fall/Winter 2017 collection, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, co-founders and artistic directors of Maison Kitsuné, drew their inspiration from American pop culture and the aesthetic and creative energie of New York born, Paris based, artist William Klein.
1970’s Bronx Puerto Rican, Brown Power Movement, 1980’s Cholo and of course, the great Ray Petri.
For Fall/Winter 2017 Andrea Crews has created this new, hybrid collection in the spirit of experimentation – between performance and craftsmanship, futurism and romanticism, nature and technology.
The collection titled ‘Lucidly Yours’, draws inspiration from an introspective feeling of romance, and a distorted slow tempo timeline.
pinqponq is a fresh brand, bringing high-quality backpacks and accessories for every imaginable adventure.
For FW17, Napapijri partnered with London menswear designer Martine Rose to create an exclusive collection that takes inspiration from the 90’s fusion of high-end fashion and streetwear.
There’s no better way to add character to casual outfits than with one of Gucci‘s eclectic tees.
Last night the eyewear brand Etnia Barcelona opened its first store in Barcelona. An emblematic building in the heart of the Born neighborhood with 7 floors and 800m² including an incredible rooftop with views to the cathedral of… »
Mike Key is a 24-year-old menswear designer based in London who has created his first clothing collection, 00/01, as a homage to his hometown Stoke on Trent.
For formal occasions, Givenchy is introducing its newest tuxedo capsule for men.
To celebrate the opening of a new boutique at Ginza Six, in the Ginza district of Tokyo, Dior Homme unveiled the Fall 2017 collection designed by Kris Van Assche.
Fresh from declaring ‘Make Love Not Walls’ in a campaign for inclusivity by renowned photographer David LaChapelle, Diesel collaborates with icon and activist Naomi Campbell for a collection that cares.
Through Campbell’s Fashion For Relief initiative, artwork… »
Won Hundred launched a colored denim line inspired by old school 90’s vintage shops.
ACOVER unveiled its Spring/Summer 2017 collection titled “A leisurely afternoon“, photographed by Song Hyeonggeun and styled by Jingdong Choi.
With an annual turnover of 5€ billion euros, and exports that represent 10% of the total national figure, it can be stated that the Portuguese textile and apparel industry is living a good moment.
YUTA YAJIMA’s Soul Asylum collection is product of the influence by two great Russian artists and their works.