Louis Vuitton unveiled the lookbook for its Pre-Spring 2017 collection.
Inspired by the burlesque world of Jacques Tati, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, co-founders and artistic directors of Maison Kitsuné, have imagined a Spring/Summer 2017 Men’s collection of edgy, minimalist pieces, with hints of 50s chic, where words like French elegance, fantasy and grace come to mind.
Stella McCartney unveiled her first menswear collection for Spring/Summer 2017, drawing on iconic art and sub cultures across the eras to inject a new creative energy into timeless classics.
For Spring/Summer 2017, Edward Crutchley balances the fanaticism and polish of the virtual world with the pragmatism and virtue of his native Yorkshire.
For Spring/Summer 2017, MISBHV continue to work in their signature denim and leather presenting deconstructed jeans, jackets, dresses and chaps with a nod to motorcycle culture giving the hard-edge the brand is known for.
44 STUDIO unveiled its Spring/Summer 2017 collection titled “NOMADS”. The lookbook features Alex Francisco, Luis Mba Ndong and Santa Kyra shot by Javier López.
Wood Wood Denim is characterized by a simple contemporary look with emphasis on superior fit and quality.
For this upcoming SS17 season, David Catalán is serving us a rich meal: his reinterpretation of London’s finest, Sketch Bar- the Gallery, through a collection which shares some similarities with the acclaimed bar, being both playful, colorful and witty.
Last month the 39th edition of Portugal Fashion was celebrated. The best of Portuguese design was showcased across Lisbon and Porto during four days full of creativity, mastery and novelty. Here are 6 examples we loved from this season’s shows.
The ato Spring/Summer 2017 collection embraces the outsider spirit and individuality with minimalistic flare.
This collection has been created to open up a discussion on the conflict between children and the adult world.
For the Spring/Summer 2017 collection, Léon Bara presents a classical vision of modernism.