MiharaYasuhiro Fall/Winter 2012

Mihara Yasuhiro’s Fall/Winter 2012 collection was inspired by military themes and the 19th Century dressing.


Dior Homme Fall/Winter 2012

Kris Van Assche created a collection with plenty of military references for Dior Homme‘s Fall/Winter 2012, with olive playing a dominant color.


Balenciaga Fall/Winter 2012

Sleek, streamlined silhouettes and subtle colorblocking dominated Balenciaga‘s Fall/Winter 2012 collection.


MSGM Fall/Winter 2012

MSGM‘s Fall/Winter 2012 collection featured bright and effervescent patterns and silhouettes with cropped proportions.


Ann Demeulemeester Fall/Winter 2012

Ann Demeulemeester created a chic and dark collection for Fall/Winter 2012.


Walter Van Beirondonck Fall/Winter 2012

Walter Van Beirondonck‘s Fall/Winter 2012 collection was all about sharp tailoring, bold colors and plaids, luxurious knits, and  tribal masks.


Kenzo Fall/Winter 2012

Kenzo created a chic and well tailored Fall/Winter 2012 collection with a vintage vibe, lots of quilted pieces and beautiful patterns to be seen.


Maison Martin Margiela Fall/Winter 2012

Margiela created an opulent and politically charge Fall/Winter 2012 collection. It was all about sustainability with phrases such as “Please Recycle” or “Handy Bag”. There were also more luxurious pieces with a litany of fur and leather.


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John Galliano Fall/Winter 2012

Looking to the days of prohibition for the inspiration of his second outing for John Galliano, creative director Bill Gaytten presented us with a whole range of different directions in which some of the decades most recognizable… »


Comme des Garcons Homme Plus Fall/Winter 2012

Rei Kawakubo showed a litany of models in various skirts for the Fall/Winter 2012 collection for Comme des Garcons. The whole collection was about androgynous elegant punk looks.


Givenchy Fall/Winter 2012

Riccardo Tisci presented a great show for Givenchy Fall/Winter 2012. The collection featured the typical Givenchy skirts and covetable prints. There was black on black with a litany of stars and stripes throughout the collection,… »

Kris Van Assche Fall/Winter 2012

Belgian designer Kris Van Assche created chic and wearable looks for his eponymous line’s Fall/Winter 2012 collection.


Juun J Fall/Winter 2012

Juun J created a minimalist Fall/Winter 2012 collection full of oversized proportions and futuristic but wearable looks.


Junya Watanabe Fall/Winter 2012

Junya Watanabe‘s Fall/Winter 2012 collection was full of country-chic looks, featuring great leather patched shirts, pants and outerwear.


Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2012

Stefano Pilati created a monochromatic and opulent collection for Yves Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2012, with touches of fur and lots of leather.


Henrik Vibskov Fall/Winter 2012

Henrik Vibskov’s Fall/Winter 2012 collection featured oversized proportions and beautiful knits and patterns.


Adam Kimmel Fall/Winter 2012

Adam Kimmel showcased a sci-fi inspired collection for Fall/Winter 2012, featuring luxurious fabrications, and great sweatsuits made to resemble astronaut gear.


Dries Van Noten Fall/Winter 2012

Dries Van Noten‘s Fall/Winter 2012 collection was partly inspired by Oscar Wilde and Frank Zappa. There were also a notion from the 70s, military overcoats and luscious shoes.


Yohji Yamamoto Fall/Winter 2012

Yohji Yamamoto created a Fall/Winter 2012 collection inspired by the mid-19th Century featuring peculiar details like a convertible overcoat, half vests and plenty of capes.


Jean Paul Gaultier Fall/Winter 2012

For Fall/Winter 2012 Jean Paul Gaultier  created a flamboyant menswear collection, offering great looks in fur, velvet and cashmere.

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