• Linder Men's Fall 2018

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    In somewhat of a departure, Kirk Millar and Sam Linder have decided to divide their talents, with Millar designing the label's men's collection and Linder the women's, from now on.
    As such, the inherently personal nature of the label's fall collection made sense, as Millar sought to explore the frustrations of his journey growing up gay and demonstrate his passion for dressing men.
    He played on outer toughness and inner sensitivity, like Peer Gynt peeling his onion, layering rugged yet fluid military shapes in a nude color palette and contrasting them with pastel hues and pops of...
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  • Avoc Men's Fall 2018

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    For this collection, Bastien Laurent said he and Lauro Do set out to “reintroduce” Avoc, which is entrenched in the streets of Paris and its environs , from which they hail. In doing so, they hit upon much of what's trending for fall.
    Take the technical rainwear, oversized puffers, multipocket jackets, hoodies, sweatpants and fanny packs - not to mention the use of logos plus lettering.
    Utility plays a large role. One example is an ensemble that included a technical green vest overlaying a long-sleeved shirt and T-shirt with exaggerated cargo pants in a different green hue.
    For fall, Avoc...
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  • Pihakapi Men's Fall 2018

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    Pihakapi's first-ever collection, under the direction of Vejas Kruszewski, was an exploration of its parent company Pellemoda's star material, leather. For those expecting the Canadian whizkid on an upswing following his 2016 LVMH special prize win, this is a side step, not a stop sign.
    The fall collection - with its leather “monkey boot” jacket, bubble wrap leather quilting and expected leather-enhanced pieces - did not deliver any radical experimentation from this “leather workshop for the future,” as described by its creative director. But it did point out some rather fetching ideas...
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  • Études Men's Fall 2018

    4 monthes ago - By WWD

    The location set the tone for the show - a splendidly raw and empty building, with exposed pipes and a dusty concrete smell. The theme was “underground,” and out crawled its population - a cool, calm and collected bunch, according to their clothes.
    The sweater returned from last year's collection but as an outlier this time - and at more rational proportions. In safety orange - a recurring color - the chunky turtleneck for men was paired with a thick, matching scarf and trim, black trousers. Dark olive dominated the collection, which also included gray, camel and silver, as well as the...
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  • Hermès Walks the Cobbled Path for Fall '18

    Hermès Walks the Cobbled Path for Fall '18

    4 monthes ago - By The Fashionisto

    Models took to a cobbled path as Hermès unveiled its fall-winter 2018 men's collection during Paris Fashion Week. The French fashion house invited guests to a 17th-century Dominican monastery for the occasion. Presenting Hermès' latest lineup, models walked down a pyre lined catwalk. The presentation highlighted the natural gloss of leather and the richness of...
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  • Henrik Vibskov Brings Flowing Patterns to Paris Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2018

    Henrik Vibskov Brings Flowing Patterns to Paris Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2018

    4 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    Danish designer Henrik Vibskov returns to Paris for Fall/Winter 2018 to display his latest work examining texture and structure. As the bold, flowing silhouettes walked down the runway, they displayed an assortment of materials ranging from quilted fabrics to sweaters. The collection was full of patterned fabrics, with various plaid and stripes applied to everything from suits to oversized cardigans. Check out the gallery above to see the full show.
    See all the coverage from Paris Fashion Week here.
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  • Song for the Mute "PLANT" Fall/Winter 2018 Collection Explores Textures & Tones

    Song for the Mute "PLANT" Fall/Winter 2018 Collection Explores Textures & Tones

    4 monthes ago - By Hypebeast

    After exploring earthy tones for Spring/Summer 2018 , Song for the Mute recently unveiled an ocean-inspired Fall/Winter 2018 collection.
    Titled "PLANT," the latest seasonal range displays cleaner slim silhouettes and a lighter color palette than previous collections from the Australian label. Utilizing a color palette inspired by the ocean, garments found in the range express streetwear through the lens of man versus nature.
    Frayed hems, strap detailing and treated textiles are just some of the design elements found in the collection comprised of trench coats, bombers, sweaters, T-shirts...
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