The look labeled ‘metrosexual’ in the ’90s is now so mainstream that the term is almost irrelevant. Could androgyny become the next normal?
MR explores how the American garment industry is slowly stitching itself back together with made in the USA goods.
A photographic recap of some of last week’s market highlights, including but not limited to Stutterheim and Diadora at BPMW, and Noah Waxman and Title of Work at NeueHouse.
Our fashion director takes a peek into Toronto’s buzzing fashion scene with commentary on what he saw at World Mastercard Fashion Week, Toronto and menswear as a whole coming out of Canada.
Before the recession, Americana’s appeal with Americans was slight, but in Japan, the style has been evolving since the 90s, and is now something almost its own.
A special look at custom clothing being made at the oldest continuous clothing brand/factory in Italy.
As the northern hemisphere gears up to bid the summer season farewell, and tries to make the most of the swiftly dwindling opportunities to sport SS15 swimwear, we look ahead to SS16.
MR Fashion Director William Buckley’s round up of outstanding brands from Capsule, Liberty and Agenda.
In all my seasons of Vegas MRket, the creative concepts of this one out-did all seasons past.
The service has just been proposed to retailers and will be available in key high-end boutiques across the country for Fall/Winter 2015.
Preview four fresh brands who’ll be there.
As menswear continues its break from the boardroom, men are still dressing up, just differently.
With over 15,000 swimwear combinations, customers can choose everything from size and fabrics to cords and cut.
With an expanded selection of images and behind the scenes shots from July’s SS16 fashion feature.
With the ongoing increase in men’s attention to grooming, and the enduring male one-stop-shop mentality, adding apothecary items makes good business sense.
Can one new American menswear brand among the many rise through the ranks to join Calvin, Tommy and Ralph?
We caught up with creative director Luis Fernandez at the NYFWM presentation of high end contemporary sportswear label Craft Atlantic.
The debut U.S. edition of the Italian textiles-accessories show was bustling, and rustling with the sounds of suit and shirting fabrics.
Lightweight and contemporary, many of the fabrics appeared to be technical.
We catch up with the president of luxury Italian brand Ravazzolo at the new showroom in New York City.