Yamuna Forzani is a British fashion and textile designer who recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.
“Uphill Arosa” is based on the culture and image of small Swiss villages in the Alps, known for their posh and decadent ski culture.
A discussion of how the language of football and its goals are reflective of sex and mirrors homoerotic gestures, where this ritualistic game of male initiation is a manifestation of both physical and cultural masculine values.
PHP is a bland of artisanal and rock vibes. The Italian upcoming brand is really distant from hype-driven fashion.
Titled “Utopia”, the collection explores the tension between a strong attitude and a soft body, the man and the animal mix together in a primary instinct.
FADE OUT Label is a unisex line of exclusive clothing and accessories made from deconstructed vintage using handicraft methods, where the patina of used material recombined in a fresh and different way creates new unrepeatable alchemies.
Inspired by male prostitution in early 90s Prague, the Czech graduate’s menswear looks deal with illusory dreams, shattered ideals and the loss of innocence.
Imtayaz Qassim unveiled his debut FW16 collection titled “The Silk Road“, showcasing his thoughts, emotions, heritage and inspirations curated in strong and well-executed designs.
Called “State Of Mine”, this is the debut collection from Lukas Neo. It’s an exploration of raw emotions, sexuality, nerves, and stillness all at the same time.
His collection revolves around a teenager forced to grow up against his will, forced by himself to live in his bedroom not to deal with the world.
Adrien Grégoire is a fashion student at ESAA Duperré in Paris. His graduate collection involves a figure and a place.
Contemporary takes on classic European cuts with the strong influence of workwear and sportswear with practicality at its core lie at the heart of the brand identity.
Barrett Walter is a Los Angeles based menswear brand built on evolving the definition of masculinity in fashion through eccentric, yet approachable, luxury pieces.
Caitlin Batchelor’ debut collection explores this concept by looking at Jamaican suburban youth culture in the 70s and the present date, whilst also looking comparatively at the interiors and the front rooms of Jamaican migrants in the 70s.
Lloyd’s practice focuses on the flamboyancy of the decorated male and richness of surface design.
Jenna Rankin is a Masters Fashion Design graduate from The Glasgow School of Art. Her menswear collection draws inspiration from the relationship between clothing and wearer.
Yet another fashion brand? For sure not. ‘Von Hund‘ comes with everything you urban citizens were hoping for.
secern is a new menswear brand that was established in Korea this year. Graduated from London College of Fashion, the designer launched its SS17 collection titled “Awkward Awe”.