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Bobby Abley Spring/Summer 2018

Staying true to formBobby Abley delivered another upbeat, comical collection for SS18, this time collaborating with Chinese brand I Love Choc, and the household British children’s TV show Teletubbies.

Craig Green Spring/Summer 2018

Craig Green unveiled his Spring/Summer 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

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KTZ Spring/Summer 2018

Power! Instinct! Survival! These were some of the themes that fused with elegance for KTZ’s Spring Summer ‘18 collection.

Martine Rose Spring/Summer 2018

Martine Rose unveiled her Spring/Summer 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

Band of Outsiders Spring/Summer 2018

Comfortable in their element and looking fresh as they come, the boys rid the audience of any stuffiness built up during LFWM.

Christopher Raeburn Spring/Summer 2018

Staying true to studio Raeburn roots, his SS18 show was another exciting exhibition of cleverly engineered and sustainable menswear.

Harry Xu SS18 Presentation

Take a look at Harry Xu SS18 presentation photographed by Antonio Eugenio during London Fashion Week Men’s, in exclusive for Fucking Young!

Matthew Miller Spring/Summer 2018

Matthew Miller showed his Spring/Summer 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

Wales Bonner Spring/Summer 2018

Wales Bonner unveiled her Spring/Summer 2018 collection during London Fashion Week Men’s.

Astrid Andersen Spring/Summer 2018

Known for blending sports silhouettes with luxurious fabrication, Astrid Andersen’s has perfected a new style of dressing for men, it transcends fashion and induces a regal elegance into its wearer.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Spring/Summer 2018

For Charles Jeffrey’s first stand-alone show, he smacked out of our minds any hopelessness felt with the ongoing torrent of negative news and politics, and provided to us what we didn’t even know we were oh-so-thirsty for.

Art School Spring/Summer 2018

Queer Couture. For their debut catwalk with MAN, Eden Loweth & Tom Barratt have naturally pushed the limits of what the brand can be.

Blood Brother Spring/Summer 2018

For SS18 Blood Brother ask you to ‘LOGIN’ and abscond from our current reality, as a form of escapism from our increasingly negative and harmful environment that is the modern and self-inflicted human experience.

Gosha Rubchinskiy Spring/Summer 2018

Gosha Rubchinskiy unveiled his Spring/Summer 2018 collection in Saint Petersburg, featuring a new collaboration with Burberry.

Topman Spring/Summer 2018

It’s about understanding the power of shape, proportion and silhouette and not being afraid to go against the norm to create a new dangerous, rebellious, exciting look.

Liam Hodges Spring/Summer 2018

It was the ‘NOISE’ from Internet feeds, social media, political memes and TV chatter that had Liam Hodges tired and disoriented, wanting to make sense of all the mental clutter.

Edward Crutchley Spring/Summer 2018

Edward Crutchley’s Barbican showcase this season felt oh so classic, vaguely nostalgic and yet so intriguingly new and compelling.

BERTHOLD Spring/Summer 2018

For Raimund Berthold’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection, he explored the study of masculinity and conflict through taking inspiration from a series of photographs of child soldiers across Sierra Leone, Uganda, Liberia, and Nigeria.

Moschino Spring/Summer 2018

This season let Jeremy Scott transport you on a fashion journey from LA to Las Vegas.

Versus Versace Pre-Spring 2018 Lookbook

Versus Versace unveiled the lookbook for its Pre-Spring 2018 collection, where styles clash and combine.

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Issue #10

“Sex is more exciting on the screen and between the pages than between the sheets.” – Andy Warhol

Cover feat. Diego Barrueco by Michiel Meewis
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