Tommy Hilfiger presented his Fall 2015 fashion show in Beijing, China, on May 26, 2015. The exclusive recreation of the runway show, including looks from the men’s and women’s collections, marks the first time the brand has transported the… »
Camper’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, the 3rd under creative director Romain Kremer, is an excursion into Extreme Nature. Kremer looked to the unrefined beauty within the rawness of nature, untouched by human hands when designing this season…. »
Carlo Pignatelli unveiled his Fall/Winter 2015 Couture collection last week.
The Filippo Fanini‘s accessory collection is made by two fine leather materials: bull and ray. The bull is extremely bold, fierce and resistant, still very soft. The ray fish skin requires exceptional skills, highlighting the intrinsic beauty and… »
Roberto Piqueras is unveiling its new Fall/Winter 2015 collection through exclusive content on his instagram, today during the whole day you can watch the 15 videos of 15 sec. Piqueras 5 looks for 5 reasons project means that every look… »
Seokwon Jang is a menswear designer based in New York who has recently graduated from Parsons. With this debut collection, Seokwon focused on garments, such as the perfecto jacket and the denim jacket that serve as dated tropes for… »
MÜNN present its Spring/Summer 2015 lookbook. Designer Hyun-min Han created MÜNN with a goal of minimalism and emotional honesty, inspired by the 60’s made-to-order high quality ethic and are diligently researching the use of new silhouettes, materials, unfamiliar… »
Behind every fashion brand, there is a commercial mind that develop all the creative ideas and manage the business part of it. That is the perfect union that a project can have. That is the key of the success that… »
Heresy present their latest project, Cunning Folk, a Spring/Summer capsule collection that’s concept draws from the deep well of English folklore. Hagstones, Morris Dancers and Pearly Kings inform the print on high quality cotton staples. Heavyweight short sleeves,… »
Con este editorial fotografiado por Kito Muñoz y Filip Custic para Fuckingyoung.es, os presentamos la nueva colección de Lacoste: la Vintage Ads Capsule Collection.
Taipei based Knitwear designer Xiaba 夏芭, presents us her Graduate collection, inspired by the Japanese anime Dragon Ball Z. It’s quite a humorous take, almost an adult reinterpretation of something from the past, something from childhood memories.
A call to those modern day rebels, rabble-rousers, novel zealots and championed hoodlums. The momentum of deconstruction before assembly has arrived. Through solemn composure only, we can be truly anarchic. Hearts on our sleeves, stepping out against systemic order. Rules… »
This summer MEI KAWA came up with a completely different tone than before but with a collection that is still very typical of the brand. The designer unfolds the concept: the “less in sometimes more”, dynamism and the… »
Following Stella McCartney’s introduction of the Ultra BOOST Collective in April, the first men’s styles designed by adidas‘ creative directors Dirk Schönberger (Creative Director of adidas’ Sport Style division) and James Carnes (Creative Director adidas Sport Performance) will… »
Working hand in hand with skateboarder Torey Pudwill to create a curated collection available in specialty skate and fashion retailers, Nixon introduces the Grizzly Collaboration. This team-designed, custom-built collab features Grizzly’s signature tie-dye print on a… »
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Michael K’Yan Yip is a graduating BFA menswear designer. For his thesis collection titled “GARGOUILLE“, the designer wanted to explore three words.: Duality, Protection and Fantasy.
Fabian Bredt is a graduate student from the Fashion & Textile department at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (Netherlands). His graduation collection, titled “Identity 3.0″, is about celebrating a more fluid understanding of a visual identity.
Le Fix unveiled its Fall/Winter 2015 lookbook , shot by Rasmus Weng Karlsen.
Emily Sanders is a fashion design menswear student at Kingston University. Her Graduate Collection titled “The Wallflowers“, was inspired by the construction of identities and the reasons why we choose to dress accordingly to these different identities.