For the Spring/Summer 2016 season, MOA – acronym for Master of Arts Sneakers – has teamed up with The Walt Disney Company in order celebrate a major figure of our childhood: Mickey Mouse, the iconic cartoon character and… »
Magnus at Elite Copenhagen photographed by Niklas Hoejlund and styled by Mette Krogsgaard with pieces from Henrik Vibskov, Weekday, Vagabond, Junkyard and more, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.
Japanese label UNDERCOVER celebrates its 25th anniversary with a retrospective exhibition at Tokyo’s Opera City Art Gallery. The exhibition features Jun Takahashi’s creations, sketches and inspirations for each collection. If you live in Tokyo you’ll have until… »
The British Fashion Council‘s 2015 International Designer Award will be presented to Alessandro Michele, in recognition of the year’s remarkable achievements in his role as Creative Director at Gucci.
The ultimate guide to getting your shirt crisp and crease-free, as well as how to fold it for travel.
Ashley Marc Hovelle‘s Fall/Winter 2015 collection distracts our mind from reality with fine digital prints and detailed hand-drawn embroidered applications. AMH proudly introduce their most detailed garment yet: The 1.5 million stitch sweatshirt. This takes 24 hours to embroider using… »
Polish designer Arkadius launch an Invisible Collection in protest against overproduction in the Fashion Industry.
Versace opens a new boutique in Berlin on Kurfürstendamm in the store concept conceived by Donatella Versace in collaboration with English architect Jamie Fobert.
Continuing with the label’s coveted design signature of bold prints and sportsluxe, the Summer 15/16 collection by Melbourne unisex label, ERIK-YVON demonstrates the label’s favored streetwear aesthetic.
Retmar at Alpha Male Model Management photographed by Chris Philippo and styled by House of Y with pieces from Mirte van Wijngaarden, Maison Margiela, Maison the Faux, MaryMe-JimmyPaul, Agnès B and more, in exclusive for Fucking… »
There’s a constantly plagiarism/inspiration going on in the fashion world. What is very rare is to see an apologise after doing it. And KTZ just did it.
Jenny Schwarz takes influences from Johann Schneider, her great grandfather. By trade he was a bespoke menswear tailor in Bavaria during the 1930s but for pleasure, he was an adventurer. The dichotomy between the two facets of her… »