Andrew Coimbra’s Fall/Winter 2017 collection explores the idea of an urban night owl; the city person in all of us that wants to slink through the shadows, hop over gutters and bask in the glints of light in the darkness.
SEAN SUEN‘s Fall/Winter 2017 collection attempts to expand creativity from two-dimensional design to three-dimensional perspectives.
Hien Le unveiled its Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook, featuring Christopher Paskowski at Mega Models, Anton at Izaio Models and Jil at PMA, shot by Jana Gerberding and styled by Jasmin Meyer Juershof.
Georgia born designer Ria Keburia presented a carousel as a figment of the imagination, an amazing circus called Gruzlandia at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Moscow.
Home of Homme unveiled its Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook, featuring Gus Ball shot by Colin Ross and styled by Giulio Ventisei.
Following Naples, Givenchy has chosen Copenhagen to stage its new pre-collection: timeless nature inspired designs in futuristic architecture settings.
For its SS17 “Darkland” collection, INSILENCE stays true to an urban street style, inspired by rock bands and playing with textures and layers.
Won Hundred unveiled the lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
Following the brand concept of sportswear luxury each garment is thoroughly thought of, resulting in quality pieces.
With military elements and a streetwear concept, the collection is developed through a long silhouette and overlays.
“Venus as a boy” follows the sport/street aesthetics that’s explored by the brand, contrasting with classic beauty, which breaks popular concepts of gender and its socially constructed identity.
Alexandre Pereira unveiled his Fall/Winter 2017 collection at Sangue Novo, during ModaLisboa.
Inspiration for the collection came from the silhouettes and graphics containing the signs of peep shows.
Afterhomework joins the Designer’s Apartment this season, marking the young brand as “one to watch”.
Presented at Who’s Next trade show in Paris FADE OUT LABEL’s FW17 collection continues to astonish with eco-sustainable garments between vintage and design.
VIOLENT SITUATIONS is the first official collection by former Boris Bidjan Saberi & Wood Wood designer, Tobias Birk Nielsen.